Window World has hired Dan O’Shea as its new vice president of marketing. O’Shea brings more than 35 years of design and marketing experience serving clients in a variety of industries.

Dan O'Shea.
Dan O’Shea.

For the past 13 years, O’Shea was the general manager of the Piedmont Triad division of Fairway Media LLC. Before his tenure at Fairway Media, he held the role of national creative director with Fairway’s parent company, Morris Communications Company LLC. Over the years, O’Shea was involved with the organization’s various media platforms, including print, event marketing, digital and direct marketing, as well as out-of-home media.

O’Shea’s commitment to the industry is showcased by his involvement in many outside organizations. He served on The Foundation for Outdoor Advertising Research and Education (FOARE) Board of Directors, the Outdoor Advertising Association of America’s (OAAA) Marketing and Creative Committees, and the North Carolina Outdoor Advertising Association (NCOAA). He was also a 2001 recipient of the OAAA Hall of Fame Award, a recognition of individuals who have made enduring contributions to the out-of-home advertising industry.

“Dan’s extensive experience in marketing and his demonstrated achievements in leadership make him a valuable asset to our team,” said Window World President Steven Kamody. “Perhaps just as important, Dan is a passionate family man and an advocate of important causes in his community, which exemplifies Window World’s core values.”

“I’m ecstatic to join the Window World Family, especially at such an exciting time,” said O’Shea. “As we continue to enhance our product offering, broaden our consumer base and create an opportunity for our stores to grow, we’re expanding our position as industry leader, and I’m honored to be a part of it.”

O’Shea resides in Greensboro, N.C., where he has served on the boards of the Greensboro Science Center, the Greensboro Police Foundation, the Greensboro Sports Council, and Greensboro’s Tournament Host Committee. In addition, he served on the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs Community Advisory Board, and until recently, the Board of Visitors for his alma mater, East Carolina University.

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