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05.22.2013 IEAC Comments Off on Art Bash Auction May 31 To Benefit Scholarships

Art Bash Auction May 31 To Benefit Scholarships

President Jacob Poore

 

For more Information call 
Carl Dameron @ (909) 534-9500

 

 

(San Bernardino, CA)  The Art Bash, a gallery auction sponsored by the Inland Empire ad club to benefit student scholarships, will be held Thursday, May 31 at 6pm in the downtown Arts Colony in Pomona.  It is open to the public.

 

This year’s theme, “Culture, Community, Inland Empire,” features works of art by students and local artists that will be on display and auctioned at the event which includes food, wine, entertainment and door prizes.  The California Center for the Arts in the Pomona Arts Colony is located at 252-D S. Main Street.

 

Hosted by the American Advertising Federation-Inland Empire (AAF), the 3d annual auction supports academic scholarships for college students who are pursuing a career in advertising.

 

Jacob Poore, president of the ad club said the response from local artists has been excellent.  “We have received so many submissions that we are using a larger gallery this year.  The student work is outstanding and everyone needs to come see the level of talent on display and take something home,” he said.  “Also, submitting artists will receive a portion of the proceeds from the auction.”

 

Cost is $10 to the public and $5 for AAF-IE members and students.   Participating sponsors are Coyote Advertising at CalState San Bernardino, PickGroup of Young Professionals, Westwood College and IEShineOn.Com, an online resource for the Inland Empire.

 

To learn more about the Art Bash, visit http://www.artbash.org or  http://aaf-inlandempire.com  or call Su Pak, (909) 257-8862

 

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04.23.2013 IEAC Comments Off on Art Bash Scholarship Auction Seeks Work from Local Artists

Art Bash Scholarship Auction Seeks Work from Local Artists

(San Bernardino, CA)  The Art Bash, supporting Inland Empire scholarships, seeks art work from students and professionals for the auction at 6pm on May 31 in Pomona.  The deadline to submit art work is May 24.

 

Sponsored annually by the Inland Empire Chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF), the fundraiser will be held at the dA Center for the Arts in the downtown Pomona Arts Colony, 252-D S. Main Street, Pomona.

 

This year’s theme is ‘Culture, Community, Inland Empire.’  Artists are asked to create works of art in any medium using this central theme as a guide.  Those who submit work will receive a portion of the proceeds from the auction.

 

Artists should drop off their work at Red Fusion Media, 104 E. State Street, Suite P in Redlands by May 24.  Free canvasses are available at CalState San Bernardino and the Art Institute, Inland Empire.  All art work must include a registration form that can be downloaded from www.artbash.org.

 

The Art Bash is an AAF charity event to support Inland Empire college students who are pursuing a degree in advertising. To learn more about the AAF and the Art Bash, visit http://aaf-inlandempire.com.

 

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For more Information call
Carl Dameron @ (909) 534-9500

 

03.03.2013 IEAC Comments Off on Tickets Available for IE ADDY Awards

Tickets Available for IE ADDY Awards

For more Information call
Carl Dameron @ (909) 534-9500

 

(Riverside, CA)  Tickets are still available for the ADDY Awards gala on Friday, March 15 at the Mission Inn in Riverside.

The ADDY’s honor the best in advertising throughout the Inland Empire, both in professional and student work and are hosted annually by the IE Chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF).

Reservations are required for the gala.  AAF members and students pay $55.  Cost for non-members is $65 and the registration deadline is March 12.  Tickets can be purchased online or by downloading and returning the order form at http://aaf-inlandempire.com//addys/.

A no-host cocktail hour begins at 6pm where the winning advertising will be on display.  Dinner is at 7 and the program begins at 7:45.

The Mission Inn is offering a special discount to gala attendees.  Rooms normally starting at $220 a night are discounted to $149 for a single or double.  Only a few rooms remain.  Book now by calling (951)784-0300 ex. 850.  The group code for the event is ADDYG031513 or call John McCarthy (909)921-1062.

 

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01.07.2013 IEAC Comments Off on Deadline for ADDY competition is Feb.1

Deadline for ADDY competition is Feb.1

Dameron Communications won a Bronze Award in the Public Service Poster Division in the 2011 competition.

Dameron Communications won a Bronze Award in the Public Service Poster Division in the 2011 competition.

(Riverside, CA)  The deadline for entries in the 2012 ADDY Award competition is Friday, Feb. 1.  The ADDY’s are sponsored annually by the American Advertising Federation-Inland Empire Chapter and award excellence in advertising. ADDY contestants should register their entries online and then drop them off locally in Redlands or at a special event on Jan. 31 in Fontana.

In the professional category, submissions must include advertising that appeared from January 1 to December 31, 2012, according to the AAF’s John McCarthy, chair of this year’s competition.  Students are welcome to participate and submissions are encouraged.  There are over 100 categories covering all aspects of advertising, including some new and expanded areas this year.

To register online, visit http://aaf-inlandempire.com, click on ADDYS, download a copy of the competition rules and follow the instruction links. Then, submissions may be dropped off at Red Fusion Media, 104 E. State Street, Suite P, Redlands, CA 92373.

Another way to drop off entries is at a special ADDY Drop & Drink event at Logan’s Roadhouse in Fontana at 6pm on Thursday, Jan. 31.  ADDY contestants should bring their entries and enjoy a Cover Brand Advertising Jingle game with live music and over $100 in prizes.

“What a great way to have fun and drop off your ADDY entries at the same time,” said McCarthy.  AAF members pay $10 and non-members $15.  Registration deadline is Jan. 30 on the website.

McCarthy reminds contestants to use the code ADDY when registering online to avoid the registration fee for any entries dropped off in person.

The Inland Empire ADDY Awards is the first in a three-tier process, including local, district and national competition. The annual ADDY Gala Awards Dinner to recognize local winners is Friday, March 15 at the Mission Inn in Riverside.

For the Drop & Drink event, Logan’s Roadhouse is located at 13480 Baseline Avenue in Fontana.  For more information on ADDY submissions, visit HelloJohnMcCarthy@gmail.com or call John McCarthy, (909)921-1062.

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10.30.2012 IEAC Comments Off on Social Media Panel Discussion Nov. 8 in Rancho Cucamonga

Social Media Panel Discussion Nov. 8 in Rancho Cucamonga

“This is turning out to be a very popular event,” said Jacob Poore, President of the AAF. “And it is filling up fast, so I encourage everyone to go online and register today. We expect a full house.”

(Rancho Cucamonga, CA)  A panel discussion on how to successfully use Social Media in business will be held Thursday, Nov. 8 in Rancho Cucamonga.

Sponsored by the Inland Empire Chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF), the event includes tips, advice and strategies from local experts about using Social Media for business success.

The Cucamonga Brewing Company, 11837 Foothill Blvd., #A  is hosting the luncheon panel with registration at 11:30am.  The program begins at 12 noon and lunch is included.

Panelists include Susan Anderson, Christina Moore and Christopher Suchanek.  Anderson, of Riverside, founded adgrlSu Social Media Management.  She will discuss the benefits of working with a social media specialist and how many social media profiles are needed today.

Moore, also of Riverside, founded Cloud Branding 4 Today and specializes in using internet applications to brand companies, generate more leads and increase sales.  She will discuss Facebook tactics and ways to drive traffic to the right location.

Christopher Suchanek founded Firm Media, a Monrovia based internet marketing company where he developed  prominent domains and web directories.  He specializes in forging client relationships based on customized marketing campaigns that work.  He will discuss results based internet marketing campaigns and how much time to spend on social media management.

“This is turning out to be a very popular event,” said Jacob Poore, President of the AAF.  “And it is filling up fast, so I encourage everyone to go online and register today.  We expect a full house.”

Cost for the event is $30 for the public and $20 for AAF members and students.  To register, visit http://aaf-inlandempire.com/events or call (909)921-1062.

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08.16.2012 IEAC Comments Off on IE Ad Club Mixer on September 6

IE Ad Club Mixer on September 6

“The new board just finished a very successful strategic planning session,” said incoming President Jacob Poore. “And now we want to share our plans for the coming year with our members and guests.”

(Rancho Cucamonga, CA) The Inland Empire Ad Club is hosting a mixer to Meet the Board of Directors on Thursday, Sept. 6 in Rancho Cucamonga.

The casual event at 6pm will be held at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, 12635 North Main Street, and is free to AAF members who register by Aug. 31.

“The new board just finished a very successful strategic planning session,” said incoming President Jacob Poore.  “And now we want to share our plans for the coming year with our members and guests.”

Jon Burgess, immediate past president said that current members will pay $10 at the door and non-members $15.

The American Advertising Federation (AAF) is the largest professional organization for the advertising industry, and hosts the prestigious ADDY Awards every year which recognize excellence in advertising throughout the region.

To learn more about the event, visit http://aaf-inlandempire.com/events.html or call (909)921-1062.

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07.03.2012 IEAC Comments Off on IE Ad Club Names Incoming Board

IE Ad Club Names Incoming Board

(San Bernardino, CA)  The Inland Empire Chapter of the American Advertising Federation has announced the Board of Directors for 2012-1013.  The Ad Club hosts the annual ADDY Awards, which recognizes advertising excellence in the Inland Empire.

On July 1, Jacob Poore, Marketing Coordinator at Cal-State San Bernardino will serve as the incoming President.  Lacey Kendall of Rialto, an Information Technology Consultant at CSUSB is Vice President.  From Wrightwood, Julie Wright, Editor of Sight and Scent Magazine returns as Secretary, and the new Treasurer is Bobbi Albano, from Rialto who is an accountant at Loma Linda University.

Jon Burgess, Vice President, Red Fusion Media in Redlands will advise the board as immediate past president.  John McCarthy, Senior Director, Digital Strategy at WebMetro in San Dimas and also a past president will continue as chair of events and the ADDY Awards.

Tom Windeknecht, a project manager at Red Fusion Media returns to the board and joining the team is Su Pak of Claremont, a brand manager for Nickelodeon Games and founder/blogger IEShineOn.com.  John Barry of Newport Beach continues as the public relations chair for the AAF.

“I am very excited about carrying on the long tradition of service to the advertising community here in the Inland Empire,” said new president Poore.  “We have a board strategy meeting on July 28 to get off to a great start. And  I want to thank Jon Burgess and John McCarthy for their service last year.”

To learn more about the AAF, the ADDY Awards and upcoming events, visit www.aaf-inlandempire.com.

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05.01.2012 IEAC Comments Off on Ad Club plans Art Bash on May 11

Ad Club plans Art Bash on May 11

For Immediate ReleaseAd Club plans Art Bash on May 11

(San Bernardino, CA) The local Ad Club is hosting a student art auction to benefit its scholarship program on Thursday evening, May 11 at Cal State San Bernardino, 6-9pm.The second annual event will be held on campus at the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art.This year’s theme, “When Art and Advertising Collide,” invites students to create a piece of art on blank canvasses that the Ad Club donated to student artists around the Inland Empire.  The art pieces will be auctioned at The Art Bash.

The event is hosted by the Inland Empire Chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF).  Proceeds will benefit winning students and the Ad Club academic scholarship program.Bidding for art pieces at the silent auction begins at $25. Admission for the evening is $10 for Ad Club members and $15 for the general public.  A wine bar and appetizers are included.

“This was a very successful event last year,” said Jon Burgess, President of the Ad Club.  “We are excited to again recognize student artists and grow our scholarship program. Everyone is invited to come out and support this worthwhile event.”For more information visit www.aaf-inlandempire.com. Or contact Jacob Poore at CSUSB at jpoore@csusb.edu.
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08.11.2008 IEAC Comments Off on LEARN ABOUT THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE OF ADVERTISING

LEARN ABOUT THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE OF ADVERTISING

(RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif.) Kirk Donovan, an advertiser turned behavioral scientist who once lived in the Inland Empire, will be the guest speaker for the Inland Empire Ad Club’s meeting Thursday, Aug. 14.

The luncheon meeting takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Spaghetti Factory, 11896 Foothill Blvd., Rancho Cucamonga 91730.

Donovan runs an advertising consulting firm in Atlanta, where he specializes as a behavioral scientist. He has more than 30 years of retail advertising experience, and started by selling advertising for a radio station. 

“He is one of the most popular speakers on the American Advertising Federation speaker’s circuit,” said John McCarthy, vice president and programs chair for the Inland Empire Ad Club. “Since the entire purpose of advertising is to get someone to respond to the message, learning from a behavioral scientist should definitely improve your advertising campaign!

Inland Empire Ad Club is the local chapter of the American Advertising Federation. 

Kirk’s presentation to the Inland Empire Ad Club will be based on his book AdSense-The Behavioral Science of Advertising. His presentation will teach people involved in retail advertising how to think as a behavioral scientist.

To attend, register online at www.AAF-InlandEmpire.com, call (866) 922-4632, ext. 111 or email JMcCarthy@WebMetro.com 

The cost for Inland Empire Ad Club members who RSVP before the event is $10, and for students it is $5. All others, including non-members and members who did not RSVP, pay $20.