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David M. Murray

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David M. Murray
President, DMM Marketing Consulting
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David M. Murray’s introduction to marketing was at the young age of nineteen when he joined WJAR-TV Channel 10, Providence, RI.  He was soon promoted to the position of Art Director and at that time decided to attend Rhode Island School of Design. 

David joined Old Stone Bank in Providence, RI, where he held the position of Creative Director in the Marketing Department for ten years.  During his tenure, the bank grew from 27 to 133 offices nationwide.

While employed with a design agency in East Providence, RI, Murray serviced clients such as:  The National Football League, Dunkin Donuts & Disney Studios. 

David was Senior Vice President & Marketing Director for Bank Newport, a position he held for 13 years, until he established DMM Marketing Consulting, in Seekonk, MA, serving clients in southeastern MA and RI.  He has been on the faculties of Rhode Island School of Design and Roger Williams University and is the author of three children’s books.  Murray reports “I don’t ever remember a time in my life where I wasn’t creative.”