Bob Dion


The first thing you notice when you walk into Bob’s office is that his desk is made from the bow of a boat. The boat desk is different, fun and completely unexpected. Add strategic, and it’s exactly what Bob wants the agency’s creative work to emulate. Whether it’s repositioning an existing brand or creating a new identity, Bob has a long, well- documented track record of success.

As the leader of the creative department, Bob is constantly working to make the most out of every opportunity regardless of budget. He encourages his art directors, copywriters and interactive designers to think strategically about the ideas they develop, and it shows. DHD work has won creative awards for hospitality, tourism, senior living, business-to-business and business-to-consumer. 

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We’re confident all it takes is one assignment for you to be sold on Davis Harrison Dion. Whether it’s a branding assignment, integrated campaign, a website, or a direct marketing effort, we’ll take on any challenge to prove we’ve got the talent, fire and desire to be your marketing partner.

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A historic location

The historic 333 North Michigan Avenue Building was constructed in 1927 on the site of Fort Dearbon, the first Chicago settlement built in 1803. Fort Dearborn was strategically positioned along the Chicago River making it a prime location for travel and trafficking goods – and now it positions the building in heart of Michigan Avenue.

The first thing you notice is the unmistakable art deco design. It was derived directly from Eero Saarinen’s designs for the Chicago Tribune Tower and his Grant Park skyscraper proposal. A bas-relief frieze by sculptor Enrique Alferez winds around the building, commemorating Chicago’s pioneer past while adding exquisite detailing.


333 North Michigan Avenue