D/B continues track record of cause-based work

Davidson Belluso (D/B) has been selected as the advertising, marketing and communications partner of the Crisis Response Network (CRN), a Tempe-based nonprofit.

Since 2007, CRN has provided crisis call center services in Maricopa County and communities around the state. In that short time, the organization has helped thousands of individuals and families get connected to the help they need. CRN has grown to expand services to include a 24-hour peer-run Warm Line, Serious Mental Illness (SMI) determinations, mobile team dispatches, crisis transportation services, tragedy support lines, and other services to the community.

“Crisis Response Network is a great organization that has served an important community need for more than a decade,” says Todd Bresnahan, Chief Growth Officer for D/B. “As an organization, we have always believed in serving the community through our work and helping organizations that truly make a difference.”

D/B has an extensive track record of working with cause-based and nonprofit organizations. Current or previous clients include The Arizona Pet Project, Team Asa’s Polar Plunge, A New Leaf, and Phoenix Rescue Mission.

Additionally, the agency has created a variety of public awareness campaigns addressing public health issues for organizations including the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Arizona Department of Gaming – Office of Problem Gambling, Arizona Department of Health Services and First Things First – Cochise Region.

D/B is a full-service marketing communications firm based in Phoenix, AZ, with specialties in strategic planning, creative development, digital services, media planning and buying, public relations, and graphic design. The agency has a diverse portfolio of clients with targeted strengths in education, government, healthcare, financial services, cause brands, and destination marketing. D/B is certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

Gary Campbell

Gary joined Davidson Belluso with 20+ years of experience in communications and media relations. Initially working as a sports and news reporter for several newspapers, Gary spent 17 years in public affairs at Arizona State University. His tenure there included writing, editing, media relations, and crisis communications along with managing the university homepage and developing a comprehensive news and media information site. Recently, he spent almost a year as communications director at Crisis Response Network, Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides mental health crisis services. Outside of the office, he spends time with his wife and three children and is a founding director of a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting a local high school marching band.