Join In the Pride, Envy, and most certainly, gluttony
6PM - Cocktails
8PM - Awards
At Asbury Hall
Know a saint among us sinners?
Nominate them for a special award by January 16.
For Excellence In Communications
This award was created to recognize outstanding achievement and service in the communications industry. Recipients of this award are individuals who, through a consistent, high degree of original thinking in their field, have left an indelible mark on the Western New York creative community. Winners have a distinguished record of achievement over an extended period of time, which includes contributions to their company, the industry and the community.
This award is named in honor of two prominent figures in Buffalo advertising: longtime Buffalo ad executive David I. Levy and Alex Osborn, the inventor of brainstorming and manager of the Buffalo office of Barton, Durstine & Osborn (precursor to the global agency BBDO).
In the spirit of one of Buffalo’s true giants in the industry, this award recognizes not only hard work, but also outstanding achievement in furthering the activities and interests of the club.
Recipients have shown dedication, commitment and service to the club that went above and beyond the call of duty.
This award honors an outstanding young professional in the marketing and advertising field who has demonstrated great potential in his or her early years in the industry.
The recipient has five years or less experience in the marketing and advertising field (excluding internships or part-time employment while working on a degree) and has been an AAF Buffalo member for at least one year.
Creative Use Of Paper
For Inclusive Advertising
The CommUNITY Award for Inclusive Advertising recognizes content that extends beyond stereotypical portrayals and depicts multicultural communities and individuals as the complex, multifaceted and dynamic groups they are.
This award recognizes advertising that addresses issues experienced by underrepresented communities and gives voice to groups that have been stereotyped or ignored in media and by society, increasing viewer’s perceptions and understanding of multicultural communities.