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B.C. LeDoux

CCO / Partner

If we could only share two facts about B.C. LeDoux, we’d tell you he’s 100% Noble – and that if he were given the choice between a round of golf or a tennis match, you’d find him slugging it out from the baseline of a tennis court anyday. 

Tennis players employ a well-honed set of skills in the right situation at just the right moment, and that suits B.C. just fine, both on the court and in the office. His two decades of experience in the digital marketing realm are similarly called upon to solve Noble’s clients unique problems regularly. What appears on the surface to be a swift, well-timed reaction to an oncoming challenge is really the result of years of practice, and B.C. brings just that. 

As CCO and Partner, B.C. leads with ambitious ideas and bold creativity. From high-level brand strategy and messaging to content creation, campaign concepts and development, B.C. leads teams who put their heads together every day to build solutions for our clients.

A proud graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno’s Journalism School, B.C. was named Top 40 Under 40 in Las Vegas in 2011, is a graduate of Leadership Las Vegas 2012, was named Reno Ad Person of the Year in 2013, served on the TAAN Worldwide Board of Governors from 2015 to 2017 and is currently a member of YPO International. He’s also a proud board member for the Downtown Las Vegas Alliance. 

B.C. has worked on international, national and regional brands: Atlantis Bahamas, Hard Rock International, Visit Lake Tahoe, Santa Monica, Yosemite Mariposa, Visit San Luis Obispo, Autodesk, Adobe, Carrier, Nintex and Yodlee, to name more than a few. Not only that, the teams he led for those projects have won dozens of marketing and advertising awards, including National and District Addy Awards, a Platinum Adrian Award from the HSMAI, “Most Innovative Campaign” in 2015 from the Las Vegas Interactive Marketing Association, and “Best Paid Social Media Campaign” in the Visit California Poppy Awards.

B.C.’s go-to karaoke song is “Welcome to the Jungle,” but his natural habitat is the desert. You’ll find him biking or hiking there with his wife and dog when he’s not working. (Or at home cheering on his favorite teams – the 49ers, Giants and Vegas Golden Knights.)

And though, when questioned, he said he doesn’t not believe in ghosts and aliens, he thinks it’s more important that they believe in themselves. Which is totally something B.C. would say.

“If your ship doesn’t come in, swim out to it.”

Jonathan Winters