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Free Reputation Management Webinar with Anchor Wave / 05/09/2018 2:31 pm

Anchorwave Webinar ImageWhat: Free Reputation Management Webinar with Anchor Wave

When: Thursday, May 10th, 11:30 am Local Time

Details:
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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: AAF HALL OF ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS / 03/14/2018 12:01 am
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The Tucson Advertising Federation Educational Foundation is now accepting nominations for this year's local AAF Hall of Achievement Awards
Deadline for Nominations: May 7, 2018

Advertising Hall of Fame: 
The Tucson Advertising Hall of Fame Award was founded in 1986 as Tucson’s Advantage to recognize the meaningful contributions of local professionals to the Tucson advertising community and to preserve the legacy of the past and it’s connection to the future.  The initial inductees were members of the original Tucson Ad Club who represented a wide variety of industry disciplines including the media (broadcasting and sales), public relations, marketing, advertising agencies and business. New inductees are added each year during the annual Hall of Achievement awards ceremony. Advertising Hall of Fame Nomination Form

Next Generation Award:
 
Recognizing advertising professionals age 40 and younger who are making a significant impact on the industry through their leadership, career achievements and personal qualities, which also inspires others to excel. Industries include media, design and advertising. A new inductee will be honored each year during the annual Hall of Achievement awards ceremony. Next Generation Award Nomination Form

AAF Silver Medal: 
The American Advertising Federation's Silver Media Award Program is a nationally recognized award that honors men and women who have made outstanding contributions to advertising and have been active in furthering the industry's standards, creative excellence, and responsibility in areas of social concern. The award is bestowed upon a locally well-known person for their life-long contributions to advertising and the community. A new inductee will be honored each year during the annual Hall of Achievement awards ceremony. AAF Silver Medal Award Nomination Form.

Selection criteria are outlined in the nomination forms for each award recognition.

Please send all nominations to info@tafef.org

Save the date!

The 2018 Advertising Hall of Achievement Awards Ceremony
Thursday, September 6, 2018 at Hacienda Del Sol

AAF Tucson ADDY Awards® Winners to be honored March 3, 2018 / 02/06/2018 11:54 am

Love Me TucsonAmerican Advertising Federation Tucson (AAF Tucson) will honor our local market’s best in creative advertising on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at the Casino Del Sol Resort during its themed celebration, Love Me Tucson.

Winners’ notifications and invitations are out for the event, which will showcase the area’s outstanding advertising creative work from 2017. The event begins at 6 pm with a cocktail reception and winners’ gallery displays, followed by dinner, presentation of awards, and an after-party until Midnight. Musical entertainment and dancing will kick-off and close out the evening.

Judges have chosen winners from 242 interactive, digital, broadcast and print entries submitted by local agencies, businesses and individuals from throughout Tucson and Southern Arizona, as well as AAF University and college students.

Reservation rates for the gala event are currently $85 for AAF members, $100 for non-members and $65 for Ad2 Tucson / Emeritus members and students. Reservations must be completed and paid for in advance online at aaftucson.org.

Event proceeds will fund local education and non-profit initiatives, including the Tucson Advertising Federation Educational Foundation and AAF Student internship program. A portion will also be donated directly to Ad 2 Tucson’s annual Public Service Project 2018 beneficiary, Integrative Touch for Kids (ITK)*.

The Tucson competition is sponsored by AAF Tucson and Ad2 Tucson, joint member trade associations comprised of local advertising, marketing, public relations, media and design professionals. Proceeds from the ADDY Awards help support educational programs, public service projects and proactive government relations efforts of both chapters.

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For media credentials to cover the AAF Tucson ADDY Awards event, contact Pearl Ford-Fyffe at membership@aaftucson.org.

*Integrative Touch for Kids was founded in 2005 to minimize suffering of children with serious illnesses and special needs undergoing hospital treatment. ITK’s integrative healing therapies reach 3,500 people each year, through various individual and group programs all free of charge. Therapies include massage and bodywork, reflexology, sound healing, energy, play, art and movement therapies. All are focused on improving the lives of the children and their entire families. The new ITK advertising campaign, developed by Ad 2 Tucson, will be debuted soon.

American Advertising Federation Tucson
and Ad2 Tucson are comprised of more than 300 local advertising professional members. These non-profit trade associations work to enhance the professional development of club members and recognition for the advertising industry while raising funds to support advertising education initiatives and the local community. Both groups are local affiliates of the American Advertising Federation, a national organization that represents all aspects of the advertising industry.  For information on upcoming events, or on joining one of these groups, visit aaftucson.org

The American Advertising Federation is the nation’s oldest national advertising trade association, and the only association representing all facets of the advertising industry: advertisers, agencies, media and suppliers. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., AAF acts as the "Unifying Voice for Advertising." Its membership includes corporate members comprising some of the nation’s leading advertisers, advertising agencies, and media companies; a national network of more than 170 local federations, representing 40,000 advertising professionals, located in ad communities across the country; and more than 200 AAF college chapters, with over 6,500 student members.

The American Advertising Awards (AKA ADDY Awards®) is the advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition for creative excellence. The three-tier national competition is conducted annually by the American Advertising Federation, advertising’s largest industry association and the only one to represent the interests of all facets of advertising: advertisers, agencies, suppliers and media. The AAF is based in Washington, D.C. and has more than 40,000 members through 200 local advertising clubs. More information is available at AAF.org.

2018 Duplicate ADDY Award Trophy Order Form

Invitation: Be at Judge at High School Graphic Design Competition / 01/23/2018 11:33 am

10thAnnTucHSGDCOur advisory board, the Arizona Design Education Network, is organizing this year's regional competition to be held at Pima Community College's West Campus on Friday, February 2nd

Please complete the attached form to let us know if you'd be able to join us as a judge. The form should only take a moment to fill out. 

SIGN-UP LINK: https://goo.gl/forms/pbeOKXaaYAR2lOKE2

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona Appreciates Your Support This Holiday Season / 12/15/2017 12:00 am

CFSADecember 11, 2017

Dear members of AAF and Ad 2 Tucson, 

You've just done a remarkable thing.

You've made sure that eight-year-old Olivia gets to eat breakfast this morning. She has cereal with milk and apple juice, and before she leaves for school, her mom hands her a special treat: a banana. 

"Sometimes I don't eat breakfast because there's no food," said Olivia. "I like the days when there's food. I feel happy."

Your gift of $124, plus $330 in event proceeds contributed to the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is already at work making sure that kids like Olivia always have food. You're giving Olivia more than a healthy breakfast - you're giving her hope, comfort and the chance to be a kid. 

Thank you, AAF Tucson and Ad 2 Tucson members, for joining us at the 2017 Tucson Mingle Bells event, and for stepping up to help people like Olivia right here in southern Arizona. You are changing lives!

Sincerely, 

Michael McDonald, CEO
Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

Ad 2 Tucson - Public Service Campaign Survey / 11/28/2017 4:53 pm

Each year, Ad 2 gives back to the Tucson community through our Public Service Campaign, where we partner with a local nonprofit to provide an advertising and marketing campaign free of charge for the organization. We appreciate you taking the time to complete this survey for our research.

Please answer questions to the best of your ability. All responses will remain anonymous. 

Click here for our survey.

2017 MOST PROMISING MULTICULTURAL STUDENTS CLASS ANNOUNCED / 11/01/2016 12:24 pm
Advertising execs gathered to select 50 high-potential undergraduate seniors for the Most Promising Multicultural Students Program.

WASHINGTON, DC, November 1, 2016—Since its first class in 1997, the Most Promising Multicultural Students Program has had over 850 participants, aiding them in their pursuit of careers within the advertising, media and marketing industries. Most Promising students represent the top of their class and have passionately demonstrated their potential for future success in the industry through internships, leadership activities, community service, innovation and creativity. With alumni holding mid to upper management positions across the country, Most Promising has become a nationally known program for helping organizations find stand-out talent poised to become future leaders.

On Tuesday, October 25, industry professionals representing Arc Worldwide, Bloomberg, Droga5, FCB, fluent360, mcgarrybowen, Momentum Worldwide and Omnicom Health Group gathered at the American Advertising Federation National headquarters to select the 2017 class, adding another 50 outstanding individuals to this impressive pool of talent.

"The Most Promising Multicultural Students Program has become a very reliable source to find top-tier talent. These aspiring students of diverse backgrounds represent the future of marketing and advertising. We look forward to them forging their way, finding their voice and making a mark on our industry,” says Danielle Austen, Managing Partner & CEO, fluent360 and the AAF Mosaic Center Chair.

The program takes place over four days and includes professional development workshops, agency visits and a recruiter’s expo. Leading agencies and companies have utilized Most Promising year over year as a recruitment tool including BBDO, DigitasLBi, Google, Leo Burnett, Omnicom Group, Pepsico, Turner and Wieden+Kennedy, among many others.

Students from AAF’s college chapter network were selected through a vetted application process that included essays, letters of recommendation, resumé and specific academic requirements. With an average GPA of 3.6, this year’s class of students represents 34 schools and 20 states across the country including Alabama, Hawaii and South Dakota. 

2017 Most Promising Multicultural Students Class 

Chantelle Aguilar
Bria Benjamin
Marquis Burch
Victoria Castro
Alexandra DeCespedes
Catharine DeLong
Joanna Diaz
Carlos Estrada
Linnea Goodman
Niel Guaman
Nimra Haroon
Dylan Hermosillo (The Art Institute of Tucson)
Samuel Higdon
Chardonnay Ismail
KaJuan Jackson
Dominique Johnson
Venezia Jones
Kenny Kang
Esther Knox
Amanda Koontz
Emily Laramy
Brittany Lee
Monica Lopez
Jamison McDermott
Christina Mevs

Simran Mirchandani
Alexis Monroe
Marisol Moran-Sendra
Adriana Moreno
Jalen Mosby
Nadia Mousa
Joeleen Moy
Elyse Murray
Rachel Nagpal
Iliana Ortega
Wesley Paez
Ashley Paulmeno
Veronica Penaloza Wolfermann
Irma Perez
Sabriana Pimentel
Savannah Rabin
Sofia Rosell
Breonna Ruffin
Skylynn Sandoval-Nanoo
Jan Song
Kennedy Studdard
Alexander Studer
Jalilah Sultan
Dulce Vazquez
Angelic Williams

 For over two decades, the AAF has offered a myriad of programming that promotes and advances multiculturalism within the advertising industry including the Mosaic Awards, Mosaic Career Fairs and AdCamps.

For more information about the AAF’s diversity programs, please visit the AAF website or contact Kai Jones at kjones@aaf.org


About the American Advertising Federation
The American Advertising Federation (AAF), acts as the "Unifying Voice for Advertising." Its membership is comprised of nearly 100 corporate members made up of the nation’s leading advertisers, agencies, and media companies; a national network of nearly 200 local clubs representing 40,000 advertising professionals; and more than 200 college chapters with 5,000 student members. The AAF operates a host of programs and initiatives, including the Advertising Hall of Fame, the Advertising Hall of Achievement, the American Advertising Awards, the National Student Advertising Competition, the Mosaic Center for Multiculturalism and summer AdCamps for high school students. For more information on the full range of the AAF's programming, visit aaf.org. For the latest news and updates, connect with us on  and LinkedIn, and follow us on  and Instagram

About the AAF's Mosaic Center 
The AAF's Mosaic Center for Multiculturalism implements all of the AAF’s diversity initiatives and is an established leader on multicultural marketing/advertising and inclusion issues. It is responsible for the development of new programs and services to recognize and cultivate diverse talent and promote broad and realistic portrayals of multicultural communities. Mosaic Center programming includes the Most Promising Multicultural Students ProgramMosaic Career FairsMosaic Awards and an array of research surrounding diversity and inclusion.

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