ADC Partners employs a strategic process and broad perspective to help emerging and established businesses create, execute and measure a range of effective marketing programs.

We have special expertise in advising corporate marketers on how to use sports and sponsorship marketing to address core objectives and produce measurable results. We've also worked extensively with major, minor and collegiate sports properties to improve their business performance.

Our greatest yardstick for success is that we've been re-engaged by every client we've ever worked with. We believe reasons for this include:

- We have an outstanding record of demonstrated success.
- We are unerringly focused on client goals and objectives.
- Agency principals drive all client activity.
- Our efficient structure ensures that clients pay only for the services they require.
- We maintain a network of experts that we draw upon when client work requires it.
- We pride ourselves on a collaborative approach.

Our overriding goal in all client work is to provide outstanding service while surpassing goals and objectives.

In 2002, Andy Dallin co-founded ADC Partners, an agency providing strategic marketing solutions for the unique challenges faced by both new and established businesses. ADC clients include the American Automobile Association, Amtrak, Blue Shield of California, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Memphis Grizzlies and several universities including U.C. Berkeley, San Diego State and U.C. Davis.

Prior to launching ADC, Andy worked at two Bay Area based agencies (MGO Marketing Group and The Wilkinson Group) helping corporate clients and properties address the unique challenges of the sponsorship, sports, entertainment and leisure-lifestyle industry. During this time he worked with various clients including Pacific Bell, Fresno State University, Clorox, Marine World Africa U.S.A. and the California Milk Advisory Board. On behalf of Fresno State University, he was part of a team that helped create the record setting collegiate naming rights partnership for the new on-campus venue, the SaveMart Center.

He also helped launch the Pete Newell Challenge, a unique collegiate basketball event which has featured Duke, Kansas, Stanford, Cal, North Carolina, and Indiana among its line-up of teams. In only its second year of existence, the Newell set a California state attendance record (19,267) for college basketball.

Andy started his career selling for the Golden State Warriors and credits that experience as the foundation for his professional development. He held several positions at the Warriors and ultimately was responsible for all sales and marketing efforts.

With over twenty years experience advising corporate clients, Dave Almy provides a unique level of expertise in successfully guiding marketing strategies. With a keen eye always turned toward creation of unique, ROI producing programs, Dave has produced effective, results-oriented programs for corporate clients including AAA, Amtrak, PeopleSoft, 24 Hour Fitness, Reuters America, Pacific Bell, the California Milk Advisory Board's "Got Milk?" and "It's the Cheese!" brands, and many others.

Prior to co-founding ADC Partners in 2002, Dave managed a variety of projects for MGO Marketing. During his tenure at MGO, he produced the feasibility report that resulted in NBA approval for moving the Vancouver Grizzlies to Memphis, the first NBA franchise relocation in over 20 years. He also managed marketing programs for MGO corporate clients 24 Hour Fitness and PeopleSoft.

While overseeing corporate consulting projects for San Francisco-based sponsorship marketing agency The Wilkinson Group (TWG), Dave managed a string of successful projects for clients including Cisco Systems, Clorox, Brita Water Filtration Systems, the California Milk Advisory Board, and others. Highlights of his time at TWG include co-development of Cisco Systems NetAid program, creation of the first sponsorship-marketing extensions of the “Got Milk!” and “It’s the Cheese!” brands, and managing integration of Pacific Bell into the company’s title sponsorship of Pacific Bell Park (now AT&T Park).