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Commerce House

Marketing Agencies Dallas
Branding, Advertising & Digital Marketing

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110 Leslie St. Map
Suite 200
Route Dallas, TX   75207  
(214) 550-5550
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We are an advertising agency that builds brands by taking what clients do best and making it matter most. We do this with a comprehensive service offering that includes marketing and communications strategy counsel, advertising, digital marketing, direct marketing, and strategic design.

Commerce House can be found at 110 Leslie St. . The following is offered: Marketing Agencies, Graphic Design, Web Services, Advertising Supplies & Services, Computer Multimedia - In Dallas there are 361 other Marketing Agencies. An overview can be found here.


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  • Mark Denesuk

    Strategy and General Management

    Mark is the kind of ad guy that most businesses only dream of having on their accounts. During his 20-year career, he has worked at some of the world’s largest agencies, delivering results for some of the biggest brands on the planet. <- go back When the time came to launch his own agency, Mark left a position as Executive Vice President and Operating Board Member of McCann-Erickson New York — where he oversaw the Kohl’s Department Stores and Clearasil business. During his tenure at McCann-Erickson, he also served as General Manager of their four Southwest Region offices. Later, when McCann acquired Temerlin McClain, Mark served as the Dallas agency’s Chief Operating Officer — overseeing such accounts as Texas Instruments, i2 Technologies, La Quinta Inns and Suites, 7-Eleven, Federated Department Stores, SCI Corporation, Green Mountain Energy and Toshiba Computers. Mark came to McCann-Erickson by way of Ogilvy & Mather, where he was a Senior Partner and Group Management Supervisor for PepsiCo International and GTE (a predecessor of Verizon). He also served on the management team that opened O&M’s Dallas office. Before he moved to Texas, Mark cut his teeth in New York at Grey, Young & Rubicam and Deutsch. Mark and his wife, Pam, live in Dallas with their two children. He is actively involved in the community, and serves on the boards of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas and the Thanksgiving Foundation. He has also worked on committees and advisory boards for the Dallas Symphony, the Junior League, March of Dimes and the Cattle Baron’s Ball and was a co-chair of the Texas Stampede.

    Link: Mark Denesuk

  • Irving Chung

    Account Management

    Grounded in a passion for great marketing, Irving is dedicated to developing strategically relevant and creatively compelling work for each and every client. <- go back Prior to joining Commerce House, Irving's agency stops included Saatchi & Saatchi, Young & Rubicam, Goodby Silverstein & Partners and Foote Cone & Belding. He's helped build brands and deliver powerful messages for P&G, AT&T, Diet Coke, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Pizza Hut, Pete's Wicked Ale, HP and Compaq to name a few. Of the many campaigns he's worked on, perhaps the most notable is the original "Got Milk?", developed for the California Milk Processors Board. Irving has also held several client-side positions and brings a good understanding of what clients want from an agency partner. This perspective is instrumental to delivering services and marketing that our clients value. When he's not out making his clients famous, Irving can generally be found hanging out with his family. He and his wife, Melissa, have three sons ages 5, 9 and 10. He loves to cook, cycle and camp. He holds an advanced certification in scuba and is a black belt in Tai Kwan Do, which comes in very handy when dealing with creatives. Irving's passion for marketing started at the High School of Art & Design in NYC. He attended Colgate University, where he received a B.A. in Economics with a minor in Computer Science.


    Link: Irving Chung

  • Joel Dollar

    Digital Marketing

    Joel Dollar is a marketing veteran with over 24 years advertising and marketing experience. He has guided the growth of some of the largest agencies and client organizations as SVP of Ansira, SVP of Targetbase, President of Slingshot, Global VP Marketing at i2, and VP Marketing at Verizon. <- go back Joel is well known for his strategic acumen, complex problem solving and unique ability to assemble the right team of professionals to achieve success. Understanding that businesses survive by selling and supporting their services he focuses on the customer by vigorously understanding how the brand relates to the buyer/customer. His digital experience began in 1996 as one of the original team members to launch the first telecom ISP with GTE. After much success he went on to lead successful digital programs for many national and global brands to include: Domino's Pizza, Purina Pet Foods, Michaels Arts and Crafts, Dr Pepper, 7UP, Jack Daniels, Wyndham Hotels, LaQuinta, Greyhound Bus Lines, Acura Service, P&G Brand Saver, Dave and Buster's, Verizon, i2 Technologies among others. A graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington, Joel holds a degree in Advertising and a minor in Business Administration. Additionally Joel is a graduate of Duke University's Executive Leadership Program. Recent empty nesters Joel and his wife have two wonderful daughters. As a family they all love the arts, music and lots of outdoor activities. On any given weekend you can find Joel and his family boating on Lake Texoma or Sarasota Florida.



    Link: Joel Dollar

  • Carley King

    Account Management

    When Mark founded Commerce House, he knew his first hire would be Carley. Because if you want it done right, you go to Carley. <- go back After all, the two worked together at McCann-Erickson’s Southwest Region office — and helped oversee its transition to Temerlin McClain. During her tenure there, Carley managed the La Quinta and 7-Eleven accounts. Carley launched her career at McCann-Erickson New York, where she worked with brands like Coca-Cola, Bacardi Imports and Johnson & Johnson — but it was her assignment to the Unilever account where she acquired a taste for international business. During this two-year period, she traveled extensively — helping to launch the Vaseline line of products in developing countries. Upon her return from Europe, she assumed a leadership role with McCann on the Gateway Country and Ferrero accounts. She later moved to DMB&B New York (now Publicis), where she was an integral player for the agency’s largest client — Procter & Gamble — and provided strategic guidance for such HBA accounts as Puff’s, Scope and Fixodent. Carley joined Commerce House in 2005.

    Link: Carley King

  • Leigh Sander


    Leigh likes asking questions. He claims his favorite part of the job is figuring out the right questions. Says this generally leads to better answers. What do you think? <- go back Leigh is a writer/creative director. He's spent previous lives at Leo Burnett in Chicago and Dallas shops TM, Tracy-Locke and Pharr-Cox (a tiny, now defunct division of The Richards Group). He holds degrees in journalism and political science from the University of Texas/Austin. In 25-plus years in the business, he's worked on cars, golf clubs, camcorders, banks, chicken, beer, salty snacks, ice cream, televisions, telecoms, helicopters, sneakers, insurance companies, a hospital, an airline, a newspaper and a bunch of other stuff, helping build brands like American Airlines, Nationwide Insurance, Sony, Reebok, Miller Lite, Doritos and Texas Health Resources. In addition to a coveted penmanship award bestowed upon him by his third-grade teacher, Mrs. Platt, his work has been recognized by Cannes, Communication Arts, OBIE, OMMA, The One Show, Radio Mercury, TBS' Funniest Commercials, the Wall Street Journal and Webby. His philosophy: you can never have too many napkins. His favorite quote: the oxen are slow, but the earth is patient. His code name: 46137 (punch it into a calculator and turn it over). He loves baseball and three beautiful women—his daughters, Sloane and Cole, and his wife, Christy—none of whom has ever seen him without his beard. He has no idea why this is written in third person. And neither do I.


    Link: Leigh Sander

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