Upcoming Events

Oct 5

Re-introduction to Creativity and Collaboration - October 5 Lunch Meeting

Join us for one of the most popular speakers we've had for SummitUp! The lunch meeting will be followed by an afternoon seminar.

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Oct 5

Problem Solving and Creative Boost afternoon seminar

Our lunch speaker, Artie Isaac, will be conducting an afternoon seminar on Problem Solving & Creative Boost

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Nov 2

State of Youth Culture and Its Impact on Brands - November 2 Lunch Meeting

Join us in November for Clint! Runge of Archrival for the latest information on the impact of the youth culture.

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About Us

AAF-Dayton is a member of the American Advertising Federation (AAF).

The mission of the AAF is to protect and promote the well-being of advertising. This is accomplished through a unique, nationally coordinated grassroots network of advertisers, agencies, media companies, local advertising associations and college chapters.

Through it’s connection with the AAF, AAF-Dayton and its members are linked to advertising associations and professionals across the country.

More information on the AAF, who it serves and how it functions, may be found at www.aaf.org.

Mission Statement

To energize and amplify the Dayton advertising community through education,networking, and recognition.

Vision Statement

To be recognized as the preeminent source of education, self-regulation, and excellence for the advertising and marketing community.

5th District AAF

American Advertising Federation local ad associations (of which the AAF-Dayton is ) are categorized in various ways help to ensure that all local members are well-represented by delegates to AAF’s national board of directors.

The AAF is divided into 15 multi-state districts. Each district elects a district governor to serve on the AAF Council of Governors. Members of the COG also serve on the AAF board of directors, representing the interests and concerns of local association members.

AAF-D and DCS are a part of the Fifth District, which includes advertising associations from Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Through district meetings and communications, we areable to share information and ideas with other associations with the purpose or strengthening our organizations.

American Advertising Federation (AAF)
1101 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005

Phone: 202-898-0089
Toll Free: 800-999-2231 (AAF1)
Fax: 898-0159