The Sundance Square Management Team

We invite you to learn more about the members of the Sundance Square management team, who use specialized skills and experience to spur the success of our 35 block, mixed-use development in downtown Fort Worth.

Johnny K. Campbell

President and CEO

Since 2001, Johnny K. Campbell has been President/CEO of Sundance Square. Sundance Square is a multi-block downtown Fort Worth mixed-use development owned by the Bass family.  Mr. Campbell is responsible for development, leasing, merchandising, and property management of Sundance Square’s portfolio of properties.  The project is internationally recognized for its restored historic buildings and is a case study of the successful revitalization of a downtown environment.  And in 2010, Sundance received the Urban Land Institute International Award for Excellence.

Prior to joining Sundance, Mr. Campbell worked with the Rouse Company of Columbia, Maryland, for 20 years. Mr. Campbell held key positions at the Rouse Company in the disciplines of Operations, Security, Project Management, and Management. Mr. Campbell focused his efforts in the downtown and mixed-use projects. His urban mixed-use management responsibilities have included: Harborplace and The Gallery on the inner harbor of Baltimore; Pioneer place in Portland Oregon; Westlake Center in Seattle; The Riverwalk in New Orleans; Tabor Center in Denver and Arizona Center in downtown Phoenix. In January 2001, he began his current assignment as President/CEO of Sundance Square Management.

He is currently Chairman of the Board of Fort Worth Sister Cities International, and is a past Chairman of the Board of Downtown Fort Worth, Inc. and remains on that Board. He also serves on the UNTHSC Board of Directors; North Texas Commission Board; Downtown Tax Increment Financing District Board of Directors; Board of Directors of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce; Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau; Streams & Valleys; BOMA of Fort Worth; the Advisory Board of Trinity Habitat for Humanity; Aledo Education Foundation; Davey O’Brien Foundation; Cotton Bowl Athletic Association and is actively involved in several projects related to transportation and community efforts in Fort Worth.  He recently completed serving three terms on the Aledo Independent School District Board of Trustees.

Mr. Campbell is a graduate of the University of Houston.

Robert Gamblin

Director of Leasing

As director of leasing for Sundance Square, Robert Gamblin is responsible for leasing more than 3.5 million square feet in this dynamic, mixed-use development. He has been a member of the leasing team since 1999, and his efforts have led to high occupancy rates and a vibrant downtown filled with a remarkable variety of retailers, restaurants, and other businesses.

Before joining Sundance Square, Mr. Gamblin worked in the restaurant industry, holding every position up to general manager.

He serves on the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Local Business Development Committee. An Eagle Scout, Mr. Gamblin is a leader in BSA Troop 68.  He is also an Elder at Rush Creek Christian Church and a discussion leader with Bible Study Fellowship International.

Mr. Gamblin holds a B.S. from Texas Tech University and is a Texas Licensed Broker.

Tracy Tarrant Gilmour, CMD

Director of Marketing

Tracy Tarrant Gilmour is responsible for the public image of Sundance Square through publicity, media relations, consumer advertising, events, promotions, and sponsorship.

Before joining Sundance Square, she worked for Simon Property Group for 18 years. At one time, she oversaw marketing for more than 60 malls from Salt Lake City to Atlanta. She took her current position with Sundance Square in 2001.

Mrs. Gilmour has served on several prominent North Texas committees, including the Festival and Events Committee for Downtown Fort Worth Inc., the Fort Worth Convention Bureau Marketing and Tourism Committee, Touchdown Fort Worth, and the host committee for the 2011 Super Bowl. She was also the lead contact for ESPN’s footprint in Sundance Square for Super Bowl XLV and the NCAA Final Four in 2014.

She holds a bachelor’s degree from Wichita State University and the Certified Marketing Director accreditation from the International Council of Shopping Centers.

Dale Kesteloot

Director of Operations

As director of operations, Dale Kesteloot is responsible for all aspects of building operations, maintenance, and construction. His in-depth knowledge of building systems, building technology, and personnel management has made him an essential member of the Sundance Square team.

Sundance Square is a unique mix of old and new buildings, each with operational challenges and opportunities. Mr. Kesteloot works with building engineers, maintenance personnel, and trade technicians in a variety of disciplines to keep the district running smoothly, 24 hours a day.

Before joining Sundance Square in 2005, he was director of operations for a downtown project in Phoenix, Arizona.

Barry D. Lohr, CAPP

Director of Parking Services

In any busy downtown area, parking is a major issue. Barry Lohr has many years of professional experience in parking management and related commercial real estate services, and has established himself as a national leader within the parking and transportation industry.

As director of parking services, he applies his knowledge and experience in parking and transportation planning, parking program management, revenue and audit control, program implementation for customer satisfaction, valet parking operations, garage operational design, and value maximization for parking real estate.

He is a member of the International Parking Institute and the Texas Parking and Transportation Association, where he previously sat on the board of directors as treasurer.

Mr. Lohr holds a Certified Administrator of Public Parking (CAPP) from the University of Virginia and a B.S. in business administration from Tennessee Tech University.

Joanne Massey


Joanne Massey has held the position of controller since 2004, when Sundance Square merged with City Center Development Company, where she had been controller since 1986.

Mrs. Massey has been instrumental in securing financing for various groupings of properties and construction projects, has purchased and implemented four computer property management accounting systems, and has maintained her staff size while the company has grown from $30 million to more than $70 million in annual sales and nearly 4 million square feet of leasable retail and office space – all while maintaining a continual flow of reports to management and a constant eye on the bottom line.

Prior to joining City Center, she held positions with Weaver & Tidwell and the Bass Companies.

She holds a BBA in accounting with a concentration in economics from Texas Christian University.