Thursday, December 1, 2016
B-ographyStuart was born into the advertising business. His father worked for and owned several agencies in Dallas–Fort Worth. In college, Stuart started his own advertising agency using University of Texas students as creative and media staff. After college, he worked for several notable DFW agencies and founded the Balcom Agency in 1993. With his nose for talent and passion for marketing, Stuart built Balcom into one of the largest agencies in the Metroplex, with countless awards for its work in marketing, PR, interactive and social media, including the 2018 Southwest Advertising Hall of Fame Governor’s Award. He was named one of Fort Worth’s 400 most influential people in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 by Fort Worth Inc. magazine. Stuart and his wife, Sue, live in Fort Worth and have two sons.
- Stuart and his friends, Mac Churchill and Red Steagall, created and produced the now-famous “Cowboy Corner” radio show that airs weekly in 200 markets across the U.S.
- Stuart made his first hole-in-one after 3,000 rounds of golf – and doubts it will ever happen again.