AAFCLE Industry Quick Links – News From Around The Industry

Each week, AAF-Cleveland will post Quick Hits on our Portfolio blog.  Our goal is to give our members a snapshot of the people, shops and brands that are making news in a concise format.  You’ll be able to keep up on your industry without going to multiple places on the web.

2018-19 ADDY Rules & Categories

750x350addy-logoThe 2018-19 AAF ADDY Rules and Categories have been released.  If you’re planning on entering this year, please take a minute to familiarize yourself with them.  You can download the PDF here.  Entries will be accepted beginning November 1, 2018.

AAF-Cleveland Launches New Programs

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For over 110 years, AAF-Cleveland has served the advertising community of Northeast Ohio with educational programs, networking opportunities and of course the ADDYS.  Our industry has changed drastically, and AAF-Cleveland is striving to better serve our members with invigorated programming, membership benefits and community building.

2018 AAFCLE Volleyball Tournament Champion

7 teams battled it out at Mulberry’s to claim the championship of the 2018 AAFCLE Volleyball Tournament.  We have a new champion…Marketplace Strategy was our winner.  Congrats to the team from Marketplace Strategy and thanks to all who participated.  A big thank you to Gus at Mulberry’s for taking such good care of us.

AAF-Cleveland Welcomes New Corporate Member

AAF-Cleveland would like to welcome Halo Media Works as a new corporate member.  Halo Media Works is a production studio focused on providing high quality CG Animation and Game Cinematic services.  You can learn more about them and see work examples here.

Meet Our Board – 1st VP, Rick Turner

Turner Headshot Sept 2017 1Rick, a 20-year veteran of the Hospitality, Culinary and Special Events industries, is an Account Executive for multi-award-winning Extraordinary Events, an experiential meeting and event agency firm headquartered in Los Angeles.

Rick is very involved with a number of civic and industry associations, including the International Live Events Association, and was instrumental in developing chapters in the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Markets.