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Scott Robertson

Scott Robertson, CHAIRMAN, CEO

Scott Robertson is an award-winning writer, director, photographer and producer who began his advertising career in 1994 with DRGM Advertising, and a year later joined Merica Dickerson. After rising through the ranks from Traffic Manager to Copywriter to Associate Creative Director to Creative Director, Robertson eventually purchased the agency outright to form R+W Advertising. Robertson is responsible for brand campaign development for several leading Las Vegas brands as well as a national brands including Comcast, the world's largest entertainment, cable, Internet, telephone and wireless provider; Summerlin, America's best-selling master-planned community; McDonald's, one of the world's most renowned brands, Range Rover New Zealand, as well as the Regional Flood Control District, the entity tasked with protecting life and property in Clark County by bringing awareness regarding the dangers of flash flooding to the residents of Clark County. He is a graduate of the prestigious Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce Leadership Las Vegas program.

Scott is the son of a retired U.S. Army Brigadier General and was raised in 9 states and 3 continents. This experience gave him a broad worldview and very unique insights into the differences and commonalities in the way people think and behave. Prior to his














career in advertising, Robertson lived and traveled extensively throughout Europe, North Africa, the South Pacific and the Far East. His diverse and colorful occupations during that time included Bartender in Dublin, Ireland, Teacher of English as a Second Language in Taipei, Taiwan; game designer and freelance writer in Honolulu, Hawaii, comedy club emcee at the world famous Improv, stand-in for Quentin Tarantino; and film production assistant in San Francisco, California and Las Vegas, Nevada.

A Communications graduate of the University of Maryland, Munich Campus (now in Augsburg, Germany), Robertson was a dean's list student and member of the National Honors Fraternity Phi Beta Kappa, and an editor of Munich Campus Observer, the University's newspaper. Robertson has received numerous local, regional and national awards for his creative work, including the cable industry's top honors, The Mark Award for best new product launch for the introduction of Digital Cable, and the coveted Golden Palm Award. For three straight years, he took home the coveted Best of Show award at the Las Vegas Advertising Federation's Addy Awards. He has received 100s of Addy and AIGA Awards (American Institute of Graphic Arts). Twice he has received the coveted Telly Award for his commercial directing efforts. He was also awarded the first National Gold Addy ever given to a Las Vegas agency. In 2002, he was named Advertising Agency Manager of the Year by the local communications organization, Working in Communications. His creative work has been published in Adweek magazine, the industry's number one trade publication. In addition, his work has been recognized by and printed in Luerzer's International Archive (the world's best ads) and he recently won a spot in the most prestigious juried photo competition in the world and his work was printed in the 2010 Communications Arts Photo Journal. His work has been featured on Adsoftheworld.com, a Media Bistro website. Most recently has won several creative briefs for Specialized bicycles and Harley-Davidson motorcycles through the world's first ad agency based on crowdsourcing principles, Victor's & Spoils.

Jeremy Thompson

Jeremy Thompson, President

Jeremy leads a talented team at Robertson Partners. Ensuring that strategy is driven by data and consumer insights is the skill that helped him grab Adweek’s Media Plan of the Year honors for Wynn Resorts, a Silver Effie Award for the Southern Nevada Water Authority’s water conservation campaign, and a fistful of ADDY awards for his collaboration on the Altoids brand. In the digital space, his clients have been recognized with Travel Weekly's Gold Magellan, Web Marketing Association’s Outstanding Social Media Campaign, OMMA awards, and more.

He moved to Las Vegas from Starcom Worldwide, Chicago, where his refreshing approach to media placement for Altoids Cinnamon in The New Yorker magazine won a Gold ADDY award. His billboard campaign for Altoids Strips scored Media Plan of the Year honors from the Outdoor Advertising Association of America and when budget cuts threatened the Velveeta account, he applied his smart money approach against a cable strategy that spiked sales over the prior year despite a much smaller media buy.

Jeremy holds a master's degree in Public Affairs & Issue Management from Purdue University. When he’s not reading news and trends, you’ll most likely find him riding a motorcycle, camping, or doing both.


Paul Fitzgerald, Partner, East Division

Paul Fitzgerald is a seasoned business executive with nearly 30 years experience in both the telecommunications and advertising industries. Fitzgerald began his career in Boston, MA, serving as Northeast Regional Marketing Manager for Warner Amex Cable. Fitzgerald was quickly promoted to National Division Sales and Marketing Director at Time-Warner in Columbus, OH, where he was responsible for the development and execution of marketing strategies and plans for over 30 properties, covering 15 states. In 1992, Fitzgerald moved back to the East Coast, where he worked as Area Marketing Director for Comcast Communications, overseeing the marketing initiatives of the company's key Eastern Division, including the city of Philadelphia. In the late 1990's, Fitzgerald made the jump to the agency side, serving as a senior executive for advertising agencies in New York City and Philadelphia, with responsibilities including business development, strategic consulting, account planning, creative development and account management. In 2005, Fitzgerald joined R+W Advertising, partnering with Scott Robertson and managing the agency's East Coast accounts. Fitzgerald's A-list telecommunication clients have included Comcast, Time-Warner, Cox Communications, SES Satellite, AT&T Broadband, HBO, Showtime, Cablevision, Continental, MediaOne, VOOM HDTV, Madison Square Garden Network, @Home and WorldGate Communications.

Paul Fitzgerald

While not on the phone, traveling, in front of his computer or in client meetings, Fitzgerald spends time with his wife and two young sons, coaching baseball, sneaking away for early morning runs on the ski slopes, and sailing on Long Island Sound. Fitzgerald is also an accomplished Jazz Guitarist, with a collection of 25 vintage and custom guitars, a home recording studio, and a Bachelors Degree in Music Education from the prestigious Berklee College of Music.

George Davey

George Davey, Chief Financial Officer

George has nearly reached the 20-year, gold star Nevada resident mark. He is a man of few words who spends the majority of his time crunching numbers and keeping R+W and our clients in the black and in compliance. His professional resume is as follows:

Education: University of San Diego, San Diego, California
Bachelor of Science Degree May 1971
Major – Accounting, Minor – Business Administration

Cuyamaca Bank, Founder and Director 1984 – 1991

4/93 - Merica, Burch & Dickerson, Inc. DBA Robertson Wood (R+W)
Present Advertising – Chief Financial Officer

7/92 - Business Accounting Services - Owner
4/93 Business Management Consulting Las Vegas, NV

1/78 - Davey, Reed & Associates (50%) Partner
7/92 Southern California Real Estate Development

11/86 - KRD Developing Resources, Inc. (1/3 Owner)
7/92 Multi Auto Services Company Car Washes, Lube & Oil Change Operations Southern California

1/88 - Consolidated Management Associates, Inc. (1/3 Owner)
4/91 Mobil Oil Company Dealer Oceanside, CA

1/90 - San Diego RDS, Corp. (50% Owner)
5/91 Auto & Truck Repair Facility San Diego, CA

10/74 - Southwestern Development Company Vice
1/78 President/Controller Southern California Real Estate Developer

6/71 - Sheltec Corporation Controller
10/74 Southern California Real Estate Developer


Council for a Better Nevada, Board of Directors


Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors
Henderson Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors
Boys and Girls Club Foundation, Board of Directors
Employers Insurance Company, Board of Directors
Nevada State College Foundation, Board of Directors
Silver State Bank, (NASDAQ-SSBX), Board of Directors- Past Chairman
Las Vegas Catholic Diocese, Finance Committee
Nevada Development Authority, Board of Trustees-Past Chairman
Sunrise Hospital, Board of Trustees
Shuffle Master (NASDAQ-SHFL), Board of Directors, Chairman, Interim CEO


Chris Brown

Chris Brown, Creative Director

Chris began his advertising journey as a copywriter at the offices of Bozell Worldwide in Los Angeles. During a 22-year career as a writer/creative director he has led teams and created award-winning work at agencies large and small on both coasts, including FCB Worldwide and Griffin/Bacal, New York. In 2000, Chris founded his own agency, Brainsaw Creative, in Orange County, CA. For nearly a decade, Brainsaw served national clients in the foodservice, sports and luxury goods categories. In the years before joining the Robertson+Partners team, Chris served as a freelance creative director, branding consultant and writer for agencies and clients nationwide.

As a Creative Director for Robertson+Partners, Chris brings a wealth of experience across every communication medium and dozens of business verticals, having shepherded the voice of brands like: Hilton Hotels, Taco Bell, A&P Supermarkets, Fine Living Network, Adidas, 24Hour Fitness, Sharp Electronics, Cox Communications, Kawasaki Motors, TaylorMade Golf and San Diego’s North County Transit District to name a few.

Chris lives with his wife Julie and their twin 17-year olds, Madison and Riley.  

Pam Payne

Pam Payne, Vice President of Media & Measurement



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