David’s been with Sunny Day for fifteen years and previously was the Marketing and Development Director for The Lost Colony outdoor drama on Roanoke Island, NC. “Working at the Colony, I became close friends with my Sunny Day account executive and, of course, our best response always came from Sunny Day,” says David. “I always looked forward to meeting with my rep and seeing the new and innovative ideas that she had to offer. When I heard that there was a job opening at Sunny Day, I knew that I was the right person for the job.”
A native of Richmond, VA, David previously held marketing positions at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of the Confederacy. He moved to Nags Head, NC in 1992 and then moved a bit further south to Ocracoke Island in 1999, where today he assists in operating a small seasonal business. “Owning your own business really keeps you on top of your game with current trends, and offers a unique perspective in the marketing world. From tracking the latest in social media to keeping a clear web strategy, many of my Sunny Day clients count on me for my advice and vision in helping them develop marketing approaches relevant to the Outer Banks for their businesses,” said David. “I really take each of my client’s businesses very personally and work with them as if they were my own,” he said.
David has served on the board of the Dare County Arts Council and also served as its president. He has also served on the Theatre Advisory Panel of the North Carolina Arts Council and volunteers for other area organizations. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
Call David at 757-797-3862.