Crop, Baton Rouge’s first graphic design conference is on its way to selling out. Approximately 3 months from when ticket sales were available, Crop has sold out of 2-day VIP tickets and over 50% of single day tickets. Although it’s still 2.5 months away from the April 14th & 15th event, the conference is well on its way to being sold out at this rate. A great achievement for a first time event. “The response has been incredible” says founder, Matt Dawson of Studio Gray; “we knew there was a need for a creative outlet for graphic designers and we are excited so many people are able to be a part of this new community.”   The event, which will be held at Creative Bloc & Manship Theatre in the Shaw Center for the Arts, will include local and national speakers and cover topics
The American Advertising Federation-Baton Rouge is Now Accepting Nominations for the E.A. “Pete” Goldsby Silver Medal Award The highest personal award presented by the American Advertising Federation– Baton Rouge is the E. A. Pete Goldsby Award, presented each year to the person who has made the greatest overall contribution to the advertising profession. The Goldsby Silver Award is named for the late E.A. “Pete” Goldsby. Mr. Goldsby was the advertising manager of the State-Times/Morning Advocate and gave most generously of his time and talents to the advertising profession as well as many civic, fraternal and charitable activities. After his death in 1954, the Board of Directors of the Advertising Club of Baton Rouge established the Goldsby Award, to be presented to worthy recipients for outstanding contributions in the interest of advertising. Basis
Baton Rouge, LA — The American Advertising Federation Baton Rouge announces the full slate of board members for 2015-2016, as well as plans in the works for the upcoming year. Board members include expert communications professionals from diverse industries in Baton Rouge with one main purpose: to advance local programs, events and community involvement. President Becky Sadler of Emprint/Moran Printing is assuming the role after 6 years participating in leadership and membership roles with AAF-BR. Throughout her presidency Sadler aims to highlight the vitality and community that AAF-BR establishes in Baton Rouge. “We are the ideal organization for businesses wanting to expand their advertising and marketing knowledge and connections,” Sadler says. “We have some sensational volunteers giving their own time to create supportive advertising professional development.” That’s not all that AAF offers
The American Advertising Federation-Baton Rouge (AAF-BR) was named AAF District 7 Division III Club and President of the Year for the eighth consecutive year at this year’s AAF Spring Convention held Saturday, April 11 in Knoxville, Tenn. AAF District 7 includes advertising clubs from Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. At the district competition, AAF-BR received first place honors in Programs, Public Service, Diversity and Club Operations; second place honors in Student Outreach; and third place recognition in Communications, Government Relations and Membership. AAF-BR also received a first place award in Communications; second place awards in Club Operations, Diversity and Public Service; and a third-place nod for Programs at this year’s national AAF Conference entitled ADMERICA 2015. In addition, the LSU National Students Advertising Competition team competed for the national title against
Peter began his career in communications at MKG Productions, a strategic branding and experiential marketing company based in New York City. Two years later (and a brief stopover in the world of Fashion PR) Peter realized his interest was in brand marketing, but from the brand side, rather than an agency. He became the Brand Development Manager at GQ Magazine, and for four years he helped create and produce marketing programs that brought the GQ experience to life for readers and advertisers alike, across all platforms. At the end of 2013 he left GQ to join The New York Times to work in advertising sales as the Director of Luxury for integrated sales (newsprint, T Style Magazine,
Like the snazzy banner suggests, the December luncheon is all about the American Advertising Awards. Come learn how it works, the entry process, rule changes and see what it takes to win on the national level. We’ll also be revealing this year’s theme and giving you the scoop on what to expect at the award show. Reserve your spot today. Remember, the early bird not only gets the worm, they get plenty of FREE entry bags.