Ad Fed Committees
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Introduce students to the crazy, stressful, exhilarating, passionate, fun, intense, but overall pretty awesome world of advertising as a member of the Student Advertising Summit committee. The Student Advertising Summit allows students majoring in Advertising, Marketing, Graphic Design, Public Relations, English and Art the opportunity to experience different aspects of the industry - all in one day. The attendees will have the opportunity to hear from top industry speakers, connect with business professionals, participate in a portfolio review or tour local agencies.
So come help plan the event by contributing great ideas, collecting sponsorships, inviting speakers and acting as hosts on the day of the event!
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The Communications Committee assures that, as experts in advertising and marketing communications, we are practicing what we preach. To establish a position as the leading marketing communications professional organization, we need to employ the best practices in everything from brand identity management to direct marketing and measurement.
It’s all about the members. That’s why the Membership Committee constantly analyzes and promotes the benefits of Ad Fed membership to all individuals in the advertising industry. If you want to practice your sales skills on a wide range of the ad community, including the industry leaders, this is the committee for you. It’s a great way to get your face out there in front of our 600+ members.
The objective of this committee is to constantly promote the benefits of membership in Ad Fed to all individuals involved in or interested in the advertising industry. Committee members act as greeters at events, make calls to new and prospective members and promote membership. Members meet monthly to discuss new initiatives. We are looking for connected individuals who are outgoing and will help us build a strong membership base for Ad Fed through networking, personal contact and promotional strategies.
Programs. Another one of Ad Fed’s fantastic “p” words. This committee creates meaningful and entertaining programs that address the diverse needs of Ad Fed members. Committee members are needed to plan the programs, develop promotional materials, secure typesetting and printing services, handle event publicity and assist with registration.
The Sponsorship Committee plans and implements sponsor awareness and visibility at events and for Ad Fed as a whole. As a sponsor of Ad Fed, your business receives exposure and recognition throughout the Advertising Community. The Sponsorship committee is always looking for members to donate time and talent to create and produce sponsorship campaigns that garner results.
Shhh, quiet please! Committee members need to concentrate while planning this big golf event. They solicit sponsorships and donations, develop promotional materials, handle event publicity and assist with registration. Join a leaderboard of great names and help us make the Golferoo a smashing success.
This annual half-day event promotes the magazine industry. The day begins with a presentation by the Magazine Publishers Association, followed by an all-you-can-read magazine display, and concludes after a luncheon keynote by a noted magazine professional. Past presenters include Christine Heffner, Playboy Enterprises and Howard Fineman, Newsweek. Committee members are needed to plan the event, solicit magazine sponsors, secure typesetting and printing services, and assist with registration.
This committee coordinates Ad Fed’s largest fundraising activity. Committee members procure donations of media and related advertising items, select an event site, produce an auction booklet, develop an invitation list, and work to insure that prospective buyers attend the event. It is a great way to meet the movers and shakers in the Media buying industry while networking and having fun with your peers in the business. Committee members on this event donate approximately 10 hours of their time and attend 2-3 happy hour planning sessions.
The big kahuna. An awards show so big, they simply call it, “The Show.” The committee consists of Ad Fed members and representatives of the advertising community and selects judges, coordinates judging and supervises production of the event that salutes our market’s most creative ads and their creators.