Ad 2 Tampa Bay Hosts Engaging AdTalks for Young Professionals
Making Networking Work for You
TAMPA, FL, August 8, 2012—Ad 2 Tampa Bay has offered emerging
advertising professionals the chance to become successful leaders since 1947. The organization has been recognized for its work in public service and won the national public service campaign last year. With the upcoming Republican National Convention and the organization’s successful June event, “AdTalks, Branding Tampa Bay”, Ad 2 Tampa Bay hosts another engaging program to motivate Tampa’s up and coming leaders.
The upcoming event will be held on August 14th at local favorite, Mangroves SoHo, from 6-8pm and includes valet parking for only $2. The AdTalks program focuses on “How to Make Networking Work for You” and features a discussion lead by Marla Lucas, the Governor of the American Advertising Federation’s
“We want to give other young professionals in this industry the chance to shape the community in a positive and impactful way through professional development,” said Ad 2 Tampa Bay President, Amanda Fisherman. “Ad 2 Tampa Bay will give them a platform to do it.”
In addition to an engaging discussion, guests will receive firsthand knowledge on the benefits of participation in a young professional organization. Admission is free for Ad 2 members who RSVP in advance and $5 cash at the door. Non-members who attend the event may receive an exclusive $5 discount for annual Individual Membership and have their admission fee waived. Otherwise, non-members pay $5 in advance and $10 cash at the door. To find out more about Ad 2 Tampa Bay or to purchase tickets in advance visit www.ad2tampabay.org/adtalks
About Ad 2 Tampa Bay:
Ad 2 Tampa Bay is the unified voice of Tampa Bay’s emerging advertising professionals. By combining the Tampa Bay area’s brightest developing talent while working in conjunction with the American Advertising Federation’s national network of over 50,000 members, Ad 2 Tampa Bay seeks to raise the profile and prestige of the local advertising industry through education, legislation, and public service.