Welcome to Fasone West, The Little Agency that Roars.
Get to know our Staff…
Being the head guy isn’t easy….unless you’re Anthony Fasone.
Anthony has worn at lot of different hats, at a lot of different times for Fasone & Partners in Kansas City. In the 80’s he was their lead broadcast producer. In the ‘90’s he came back to the agency producing and servicing their largest client.
After 15+ years at automotive, retail and after-market agencies in Las Vegas, San Francisco, San Diego and Sacramento, Anthony joined us once again to open our West Coast office in 2009. Anthony is your go-to man. His can do attitude, coupled with his uncanny knack for zeroing in on the right solutions to any advertising dilemma make him the wizard that he is. Anthony lives in Sacramento with his beautiful wife, Lynne and little boy, Anthony Jr. and their cats and dogs …..
Putting the pedal to the metal: “If you start with your foot on the brake pedal instead of the gas, you’ll never get up to speed.”
Graham joins Fasone West after 5 years in the automotive industry in both sales and management positions. He is excited to bring his knowledge of the automotive industry and strong customer service focus to the Fasone West team.
A Sacramento native, Graham graduated from Jesuit High School and then went on to receive his BA in Broadcasting from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA (Go Zags!). The team is excited to welcome Graham onboard since, as the youngest person in the office, he gets to go on all the coffee and lunch runs.
Graham lives in Midtown and can often be found on weekends trying to find the best brunch spot in town.
Paul’s “creative” career began when he started producing funny radio commercials for the hometown radio station in Santa Rosa, California. Today, he’s the Creative Director at Fasone West, producing radio and television commercials for our clients.
After earning his degree in broadcasting from San Francisco State University he was hired by the State of California to create The Electric Connection, a series of 72 radio dramas designed to help teach high school English. During this time he teamed up with Paul Robins and Phil Cowan, and went on to become a popular morning radio show personality in Dallas, Detroit, and Sacramento.
Following his career in radio, he produced the first theatrically released 35mm film “shorts” for radio stations to use when premiering feature films. His first comedy, Radio Cops, received numerous awards and was sold to radio stations across the United States, including Z-100/New York. He later served as a Creative Director for The American Comedy Network, the nation’s premiere syndicator of humorous radio material, but entered the world of advertising in 1991 as a freelance producer. In 2001 he completed his first feature length film, the award-winning romantic comedy “Making Something Up,” and in 2007 he released his first comedy CD, “Joyride.”
Paul lives here in Sacramento with his beautiful wife, Cindi, their two sons, John and Peter, and their two Golden Retrievers.
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