Lance Tindol

Account Manager

Lance Tindol brings more than 15 years of experience as a marketing professional specializing in account management and campaign strategy within various business environments. His expertise includes project management, proactively identifying issues and solving them, and successfully leading marketing campaign strategies from inception to completion within budget while managing client expectations. He is recognized professionally as organized, an excellent communicator, and someone who gets things done.

Prior to being named Solutions Advisors newest Account Manager, Lance was a membership consultant for the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce where he diligently sourced new business opportunities and was a trusted advisor for all members. His leadership and consultative nature when interacting with members and co-workers allowed him to rise to the top of his department and was a dependable asset to the entire team.

Lance began his professional career at Guerra, DeBerry, Coody Marketing and Advertising as a media intern and quickly became an Advertising Account Executive where he managed healthcare clients within the Vanguard Health System (now Tenet Healthcare).

Bachelor of Business Administration, Marketing, Texas State University

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Lance After Hours...

When the work is done for the day, Lance has plenty of “things to do”. The time of year dictates what those things are. At the top of the list is spending time with his wife, Amy, and kids (Victoria and Aidan) as well as his extended family and friends – it doesn’t matter time of year it is. He enjoys all sports, but once football season hits, Lance is in his happy place. Whether that is watching his son play high school football, watching his beloved Texas Longhorns, or even playing flag football himself, to Lance, football is a microcosm for life. Just ask him to describe a life lesson, and more times than not, he will use football metaphorically to describe the lesson.