Erik Radle
Miller Ad Agency

About Erik Radle

You’ll find him behind the microphone at national and international events speaking on all things marketing. Or with clients trying to solve the big-picture problems that face retailers in this fast-paced environment. Or coaching leaders on how to build their businesses, by asking better questions and exploring the myriad consumer entry points to any business that wishes to thrive. And taking on any mental and physical challenge he can find. 
Erik brings multinational experience to the Miller Ad Agency, having held significant roles in the transportation industry for Mazda North America as Manager of Sales Operations for North America. He went on to be the sole individual tasked with training the 250 person field force for Daimler Chrysler in all things marketing and finance. Prior to being recruited to take over the Miller Ad Agency, Erik headed up marketing for Subaru of America in the southern U.S., fueling the meteoric rise of the brand in the sunbelt. 
Erik attended Baylor University as a National Merit Scholar with dual majors, found the love of his life in marriage for 20 years with his wife Amanda and is raising two strong teenage daughters. As if that wasn’t winning enough, Erik has guided the Miller Ad Agency to serve clients across multiple verticals, with nearly 2 billion dollars of advertising created and placed for our partners around the planet. And growing. 
I am up for the challenge. Bring it on! 
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Operational responsibility for full service advertising agency with 30 employees and $25M+ in annual billing

Engaged new clients on the OEM level including Chrysler, Hyundai and Subaru.

Expanded into new verticals including travel & tourism, municipalities, education, home improvement, and non-profit marketing.

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