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To the marketers, advertisers, and brand strategists; the account executives and project managers. To the designers, illustrators, animators, and developers... Lexington Ad Club and Marrow are bringing back the Interactive Social conference for i...
Members, join us to provide feedback on the year and what you want for 2019. Free drink tickets to each member. We'll also be raffling tickets to this year's Interactive Social. ...
Congratulations to this year's winners (and participants... design is sometimes subjective, after all). Follow the link below for a complete run-down of this year's winners. The highlights: This year’s Best of Show ...
Congratulations to this year's winners (and participants... design is sometimes subjective, after all). Follow the link below for a complete run-down of this year's winners. The highlights: This year’s Best of Show award went to Cornett f...
The 2017 AAF Lexington American Advertising Awards—fondly known as the ADDYs—was a celebration of the impressive creative spirit that drives Lexington and Central Kentucky. The evening was a huge success, thanks to everyone who came out and had a...
We just presented our third annual Interactive Social event—it’s officially a tradition here at AAF Lexington. This year’s speakers focused on delivering human-centric experiences through a variety of media, from books to movie titles to retail...
The 2016 AAF Lexington American Advertising Awards—fondly known as the ADDYs—was a celebration of the impressive creative spirit that drives Lexington and Central Kentucky. The evening was a huge success, thanks to everyone who came out and had a...
This year’s Interactive Social 2.0 was bigger and better than ever! To everyone who joined us for the day: you rock, and we hope you had an amazing time. Our keynote speakers, Hans Neubert, Chief Creative Officer of frog design, and Michele Silvest...
The 2015 AAF Lexington American Advertising Awards—fondly known as the ADDYs—was a celebration of the impressive creative spirit that drives Lexington and Central Kentucky. Agencies from all over gathered at the historic Lyric Theatre to see if t...