About Our Company

Robert and Melinda Macy formed America Dimensions in 1991, publishing a book on the F-117A Stealth Fighter.

In 1992, America Dimensions began publishing premium quality souvenir programs for air shows across America. To date the company has produced more than 1 million programs for some 500 shows, providing the most attractive program package in an industry that ranks as one of America’s largest spectator events.

In 1993, the Macys began publishing an upscale travel-entertainment book, “LAS VEGAS A New Dimension...A New Destiny.” Vol. 23 is currently marketed in gift shops of the city’s leading hotels and via direct mail worldwide.

Robert was a writer with The Associated Press for 30 years and head of the AP’s Las Vegas Bureau from 1981 until mid-2000, when he retired to pursue new publishing ventures. The Macys have interviewed more than 250 celebrities over the years and have authored hundreds of entertainment and travel-related stories.

In 2000 the Macys published the book “The Stars of Las Vegas,” reflecting on the golden era of Vegas entertainment giants.

In 2001 they published “Siegfried & Roy’s Gift for the Ages.” The book on the famed illusionists and their rare white lions and tigers went to three printings and is sold out.

In 2009 the Macys launched a series of upscale online travel-entertainment books on www.americadimensions.com, highlighting major travel destinations nationwide. In 2011 they published a coffee-table book, "WINGS & WHEELS Across America," focusing on motorsports and air shows/aviation.

Sons Scott and Brent have been actively involved in the family business since its inception.

Bob and Melinda Macy with Roy Horn in 2001,
Tony Bennett in 1992 and George Burns in 1982

 
George Burns and Melinda and Bob Macy