What exactly is “Social Fresh”? Well, it isn’t advice on how to tactfully tell your colleague they need a breath freshener; and it isn’t a fresh new entrant into the ever-evolving social media arena. Social … Continue reading →
New Leadership in the House
Representative Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., has been selected as the new Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives replacing former Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio, who has resigned from Congress.
Rep. Ryan had previously … Continue reading →
Summary of Changes:
Silver Medalist Memberships – Section 4.03
In the current version Silver Medalists are given a lifetime membership at zero cost. This can be costly to a club to continue to pay dues of for … Continue reading →
Presidential Candidates May Target Advertising
At a recent campaign stop in Iowa, Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, proposed “cracking down on direct-to-consumer advertising.” Ads for prescription drugs “can include confusing, misleading, or incomplete information or exaggerated … Continue reading →
When your first webinar guest is a man who graduated from a circus and worked at a place called WONGDOODY, how could you not want to get to know that man better?
Watch how Cal McAllister, … Continue reading →
AAF-Orlando held their second ever Ad Help Day last Saturday and had a great turn out. Several volunteers were partnered with local nonprofits to work on marketing and advertising needs. Below are some photos from … Continue reading →
Here’s the latest from D.C.
Tax Reform Unlikely Soon
As Congress prepares to leave Washington, DC for the August recess, the odds keep getting longer that comprehensive or corporate tax reform will happen before the next election. … Continue reading →
Every year Ad 2 Orlando selects a local nonprofit organization for a full advertising and marketing campaign – pro bono! Last year they worked with Jimmy Buffet’s Save the Manatee to produce new collateral and a full … Continue reading →
Ignorance may be bliss but knowledge is power—and power increases exponentially when it is shared. So AAF-Orlando would like to share with you the most relevant and up to date information about how Capitol Hill … Continue reading →
“Net Neutrality” implies equal access to broadband and content. Proposed rules would require that ISPs (Internet service providers) treat all internet traffic — even that of competitors – equally. And, the proposed rules would prevent … Continue reading →