Sarah Corna, President of the Columbus chapter, says, "Becoming AAF Columbus is another opportunity for Columbus to get on the map and build our national presence in the advertising industry. We are equally excited to offer more benefits to our members and continue to grow as a club."
Hello AAF Columbus
Our name and logo are different, but our commitment to our members and to the advertising industry remains the same. As AAF Columbus, we are thinking nationally and acting locally through a more solid partnership with our parent organization, the American Advertising Federation (AAF). Our partnership puts us at the forefront in unifying the local, regional and national connections and resources that impact our membership and community.
Why AAF Columbus?
- Our goals are bigger. AAF is the oldest national advertising trade association, with a strong mission to promote and protect truth in advertising in our billion-dollar industry. Our partnership strengthens our ability to provide Greater Columbus with an exchange of creativity, innovative ideas and career enrichment.
- Our members and audiences are expanding. We serve a diverse group of members and prospective members representing every size shop, from independent contractors to global corporations. AAF expands the range of resources we have to attract members from agency suits and creatives to every imaginable supplier to the advertising industry. AAF supports ad agencies; corporate advertising; marketing and communications; media; and even lawyers specializing in intellectual property, advertising and media law.
AAF, headquartered in Washington, D.C., is the glue that holds together more than 200 local clubs across the country representing 40,000 advertising professionals and more than 200 AAF college chapters, with more than 6,500 student members. Add to that nearly 100 blue-chip corporate members—and you begin to see the power of our national affiliation, connecting us all within one amazing, nationally coordinated grassroots network. http://www.aaf.org.
For more information: contact Sarah Corna at 614.221.1107.