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AAF-Louisville Hot Ten Award

The American Advertising Federation-Louisville opens the call for nominations for its “Hot 10” Award, honoring young professionals...

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AAF Day on the Hill

Our very own Jason Clark was in Washington representing AAF-Louisville at the AAF Advocacy and Action Day on the Hill. Read about Clark's experience and takeaways in the link...

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Hot Ten 2013

They arrive early. They work late. And sometimes they save the day. Now it's your chance to recognize young professionals under 32 in the ad industry who demonstrate skill, hard work and professionalism well beyond his or her years. Take a moment and...

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2013 Scholarship Application

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Louisville advertising agency donates iPods to Kosair Children’s Hospital

Current360, a full-service advertising and branding agency, will donate seven iPods to Kosair Children’s Hospital on Thursday. The iPods are pre-loaded with over 20 apps for children and will be made available to patients...

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December Luncheon

AMERICAN ADVERTISING FEDERATION OF LOUISVILLE BRINGS IN PRESIDENT OF VIRTUAL AGENCY TO ADDRESS THE FUTURE OF ADVERTISING INDUSTRY

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American Advertising Federation –Louisville Issues Call for Entries

Louisville has issued its annual Call for Entries for the 2012-2013 ADDY® Awards Competition, referred to locally as the Louies. Winning a Louie is the first step in the three-tiered national ADDY® creative competition, sponsored by the American...

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AAF –Louisville Hosts High School Marketing Challenge

AAF - Louisville and Humana, with support from PNC, have teamed up to tackle a major issue affecting teens in the community – depression – either for themselves or someone they know. This year’s marketing challenge is to create a marketing/advertising...

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Current360

An agency in one of the densest advertising markets in the Midwest is calling the industry’s bluff on the trend of niche-service agencies...

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Court Affirms Protections for Commercial Speech

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has ruled that the proposed Food and Drug Administration rule to require large graphic warnings in tobacco advertising and packaging violates First Amendment protections for commercial speech. The 2-1...

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