Membership

Benefits of Membership

  • Member rates (a typical savings of at least $70) for AAF DC events, including: American Advertising Awards - DC (formerly the DC ADDYs), ADWKDC, Training programs, Networking events and mixers, American Advertising Federation’s National Conference
  • Complimentary registration to our AM AdBuzz and Tips & Tricks series of programs
  • Free job bank postings on AAFDC.org ($80 value)
  • Monthly Member e-Bulletin
  • Ability to join committees to expand one's network and connections within and across industries
  • Membership in the American Advertising Federation, a national advocacy organization, that provides affinity benefits including discounts on: AAF Job Bank, AAF SmartBrief - an opt-in e-news service, AdCases.com – Portfolio, Presentation and Shipping Cases, New York Times, Advertising Age, Adweek, Brandweek and Mediaweek subscriptions, Website and email hosting, AAF Visa Credit Card, Custom Awards, FedEx Services, Hertz, Mutual of Omaha insurance, Professional liability insurance, And more!

In addition to the above benefits for individuals, group members receive:

  • Additional memberships at a discounted rate
  • Discounts on Sustaining Sponsor packages

Click here to join as an Individual!

Click here, call us at 703-683-5954 or email info@aafdc.org if you would like to sign up for a Group Membership.

 

Ad 2 DC
Ad 2 DC is part of the larger Ad 2 National, and the Young Professionals section of AAF DC.  Since 1947, Ad 2 has been a group of people helping people in personal and professional growth and in bettering our communities.  Ad 2 is a group of young, passionate, forward thinking and forward moving people that make a difference.  Ad 2 is a non-profit organization of advertising professionals ages 32 and younger. Ad 2 represents the future of advertising through its ability to unite young, talented professionals across the country as one group. Together, Ad 2 creates a means for up and coming professionals in the industry to gain the contacts, education and leadership opportunities they need to become tomorrow's industry leaders.

American Advertising Federation (AAF)

Automatically become a member in our powerful national umbrella organization, AAF, and enjoy a multitude of benefits.  Our partnership with other AAF clubs provides a strong base for AAF to have an impact on critical advertising issues. Click here to learn more about what AAF membership means to you.

If you are looking to jump-start your career or are seeking channels to identify and recruit new talent, the AAF can help through the AAF Job Bank, a partner in the Marketing Career Network. The AAF Job Bank can help you find that perfect advertising or marketing job. Search for your next job with one of the thousands of top marketing and advertising employers.

The AAF Job Bank also provides maximum exposure for advertising recruiters by connecting employers with more than 50,000 AAF members and the members of the American Marketing Association, the Promotion Marketing Association, the Business Marketing Association and the New York American Marketing Association. Employer account features include the résumé search agent, 24/7 online account management and great technical support.

 

 

AAF District Two

AAF DC is part of AAF District Two, which represents Ad Club in New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Washington, DC. 

 

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April 26, 2017
April Ad Connect
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April 30, 2017
Food for Thought: From Farm to Table
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May 10, 2017
Publishing Power to the People
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May 31, 2017
May Ad Connect
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June AM AdBuzz
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Production Assistant/Editor
Post date: April 25, 2017
Company: Storyfarm
Motion Graphics Designer
Post date: April 25, 2017
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Search Marketing Specialist
Post date: April 21, 2017

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Which chapter of the American Advertising Federation is the fairest of them all?
Why, the DC Chapter, of course!
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New York always wins these things
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Baltimore gets points for trying
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Undecided
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