Do You Know a Deserving Leader in the Advertising Community?
The American Advertising Federation’s Silver Medal Award Program was established in 1959 to recognize men and women who have made outstanding contributions to advertising and who have been active in furthering the industry’s standards, creative excellence and responsibility in areas of social concern. Annually, AAF member clubs bestow this honor upon an outstanding member of their community.
For many local clubs, awarding the AAF Silver Medal is the highlight of their year. It enhances the image of advertising by recognizing a locally well-known person for their advertising and community involvement.
Contribution to His/Her Company
The recipient must have achieved success in one of the following areas of work: advertising agency, advertiser, media or advertising service.
The recipient must have shown a consistent, high degree of original thinking in their field.
Contributions to the General Advancement of Advertising
The recipient must have worked to increase the stature and raise the standards of the advertising profession.
Contributions to the Community
The recipient should be someone who has been active in civic, religious, or other groups dedicated to human or social welfare.
Learn more about nominations here. All submissions must be in by close of business Friday, January 15, 2016, including an essay or letter describing the nominee’s achievements. Nominations should be emailed to Susan Waldeck, past president and silver medal recipient, at email@example.com.