As part of their annual Public Service Campaign, AdFed Suncoast partners with a local non-profit organization to provide a complete marketing and branding strategy
Registration is now open for the premier AdNites Dinner and Drinks Marquee Program, “Thinking: Slow Down to Get Through Faster,” featuring famed advertising authority, Cal McAllister, CEO of the Wexley School for Girls (Seattle, WA)
AdFed Suncoast is excited to announce that CAP Brand Marketing, a Sarasota-based creative firm specializing in branding and marketing, will be sponsoring the 2014 and 2015 “Ad Student of the Year” AdFed scholarships. Each year, the scholarship winner will not only receive a $1,000 scholarship toward their studies of advertising, marketing, or graphic design, but also a valuable internship at the firm.
AdFed Suncoast attracted a sellout crowd for its introductory presentation, Emerging Media: Advances in Digital Marketing Tactics, as part of the new AdBites Luncheon Series. The four-part series is designed to educate professionals on a variety of advertising and marketing topics by providing fresh perspectives and expert insights.
Registration is now open for “Emerging Media: Advances in Digital Marketing Tactics,” featuring notable Southwest Florida digital marketing professionals, including John Lux, Chief Operating Officer at IDEAS, Orlando.
The American Advertising Federation-Suncoast, Inc. (AAF) is excited to officially announce the club’s recent rebranding initiative and unveil its new logo and website. The transition is part of a significant club movement to more effectively share the club’s purpose, provide information on professional and educational programs, and increase public recognition.
The American Advertising Federation-Suncoast (AAF) recently appointed its new Board of Directors for the 2013-2014 year. The induction ceremony was held on June 26th in conjunction with the club’s special event, “Keeping Your Brand Fresh,” which featured keynote speaker Marty Kohr, known for being the team leader behind Budweiser’s “Whassup!” campaign.