Founded in 1973 by agency President, Jack A. D’Amico, C.M.D., AD-EASE has served a diversity of clients with worldwide accounts such as Honeywell and AAMCO Transmissions, as well as several other clients ranging from retail outlets to universities, from investment firms to automotive dealerships.  AD-EASE has a rich history of serving its clients with expertise and award-winning creativity.  We are proud to have been a part of several key advertising and marketing initiatives including designing and animating the “Pirate Parrot” for the Pittsburgh Pirate Baseball Club.


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President Jack A. D’Amico, C.M.D., is a Pittsburgh native and attended Michigan State University and the University of Pittsburgh. Jack has been involved in advertising and entertainment for more than 55 years.  He started with a singing career with KDKA Radio when he was three years old. In 1961, he began his formal advertising career with the Pittsburgh Press as a proof messenger, then moved into ad-sales within weeks.  His career in the industry moved him to positions with NCR, the Hertz Corporation, Fulton, Inc. and the Rouse Company.  In 1973, Jack began ADvertising EASE Communications, a full-service agency representing clients regionally and nationally.

Jack is a past president of the Media Association of Pittsburgh (M.A.P), and has served on the Board of Directors of that Club for many years.  In 1992, the Pittsburgh Radio & Television Club honored Jack with the Art Stein Memorial Award, their annual “Man of the Year” recognition to the individual who has significantly influenced the tri-state area’s radio, television, and advertising industry.  In 2005, Jack was awarded by his peers in advertising the M.A.P “Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence” in the field of Advertising Agencies.