Multi-Media Solutions Group, LLC is a company of highly talented and experienced creative and technical men and women who have bonded together under one umbrella in order to create a one-stop-shop for all visual and live events needs.

Stan Valinski started in advertising in 1973 and for the past 30 years has been involved in many memorable campaigns including the launching of both Snapple and Boston Chicken (now Boston Market).

He has won awards from local ad clubs to the International Festival of Film in Cannes, France. Most importantly, his work on Buick in the 80’s was given an “EFFIE” the AMA’s (American Management Association) award for BOTH creativity and effectiveness in achieving and surpassing targeted goals for Buick Motor Division. He also was named to coordinate Buick’s participation with the Special Olympics 1994.

Stan has supervised all media buying, planning and placement for clients with budgets from $100,000 to $6 million per year. He has specialized in increasing client exposure with “value added” sponsorships by negotiating “official car” status for Buick and Chevrolet participation in events including “The New York Marathon”, “The GHO” (Greater Hartford Open) and” The Westchester Classic” golf tournaments, “The Cracker Jacks Old-timers
All-Star Baseball Classic” in Washington, D.C., “The Special Olympics” and the “Summer Olympic Games and a myriad of other events.

Stan is an acknowledged expert on Group or “Cumulative” advertising. He has consulted for General Motors for the formation of dealer marketing groups as well as troubleshooting for problematic markets.

Stan came to Connecticut from Madison Ave in 1986 to coordinate all marketing for the Chevrolet Dealer Marketing Group in Connecticut. During his many years in the Connecticut market, Stan has established strong relationships with all broadcasting and print entities in the state.

Bob Dio has been in the business of show business for close to 30 years. Graduating from
the University of Hartford with a degree in Speech and Drama, he set out on a career that has included radio, television, film and stage. Bob is both an actor and director, bringing both sensibilities to solving communications problems.

Acting stage credits include: Rutledge in "1776", Pilot in "Jesus Christ Superstar", Vitorio Vidal in "Sweet Charity", Herr Shultz in "Cabaret", Count Dracula in "Dracula", Flint in "The Night of January 16th", Val in "Laughter on the 23rd Floor" and Sidney Redlich in" Bell, Book and Candle".

Stage directorial credits include: "Death Of A Salesman", “Y In The World” staged at the Bushnell’s Belding Theater,"I Hate Hamlet", "Evita", "Extremities", "Front Street" starring Ron Palillo of television’s Welcome Back Kotter, and "You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown".
Television and screen acting credits include: "The Scarlet Letter" starring William Hurt & Meg Foster for PBS, "The Deadliest Season" starring Michael Moriarty & Meryl Streep for CBS, "Coma" for Warner Brothers, and "Promises In The Dark" starring Marsha Mason for MGM.
Bob was also the supervising producer for the nationally syndicated reality based television series "Real Stories of the Highway Patrol".

Bob Dio has had the pleasure of directing television commercials starring Paul Newman, Phyllis Diller, Robert Vaughn and Hugh O’Brien.

Dan McNamara started out in children’s educational documentaries with a company that he co-owned for 5 years called Kids and Books, Inc. The programs were filmed on location in England, Ireland, Germany and Austria and many locations across the United States. He left the organization to attend the American Film Institute in Hollywood where he then worked on independent features as assistant producer and editor.

He returned to CT as a contract editor, cameraman and producer working for many commercial production facilities in and around New England where he continued to work on documentary-style programming. He traveled to Africa in 1999 where he co-produced, shot and edited the Senegal-America Project, which is now an on-going educational program to help connect the world through musical collaboration.

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