Davidson Belluso (D/B) has been selected as a vendor for communications and public relations services for Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD).

The agency’s Request for Proposal (RFP) response received the highest score among all participants. A total of three agencies were selected as vendors.

MCCCD is one of the nation’s largest community college districts, with 10 colleges throughout Maricopa County serving more than 200,000 students each year.

“We have a long history working with individual colleges in the district,” says Todd Bresnahan, Chief Growth Officer for Davidson Belluso. “We are excited about the possibilities of extending our relationship.”

This is the latest in an ongoing number of education connections for the agency. D/B provides ongoing marketing and communications services for the Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education, Arizona State Board of Education, AZ Ed News, and the Madison Elementary School District.

D/B has worked directly on a variety of marketing and communication projects with MCCCD schools including Scottsdale Community College, Glendale Community College, Mesa Community College, and Rio Salado Community College. The agency is part of qualified vendors lists for the State of Arizona, Oregon State University-CascadesPennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education Office of the Chancellor, and the State of Nevada’s Department of Health and Human Services.

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, business-to-business, 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.