'The Stars of Madison Avenue: The Business of Celebrities' New York, Sept. 20
The event, presented by The Advertising Club and TV Land at The Pierre, will include a presentation on branding with celebrities by executives from American Express, BMW, Nike and the Fluid Milk Processor Promotion Board. In addition, the first "Stars of Madison Avenue Awards" will be presented to attending celebrities. For info, contact Melinda Kmetz at (212) 533-8080, x208, or melinda@ theadvertisingclub.org, or visit www.theadvertisingclub.org.
ADVERTISING WEEK IN NEW YORK CITY Sept. 20-24
Created by the American Association of Advertising Agencies, the event includes a range of initiatives at various locations. For info, e-mail Matthew Scheckner at email@example.com or Jillian Mellone at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.advertisingweeknyc.com.
CEBA Awards New York, Sept. 21
The Creative Excellence in Business Advertising Awards are presented by American Business Media at Eleven Madison Park. For info, call Miriam Tomaselli at (212) 661-6360, ext. 3320, or visit www.americanbusinessmedia.com.
NAHP HISPANIC Advertising Summit Coral Gables, Fla., Sept. 21-22
Presented by the National Association of Hispanic Publications at the Omni Colonnade. For info or to register, call (202) 662-7250 or visit www.nahponline.org.
THE L.A. OFFICE ROADSHOW Hollywood, Calif., Sept. 21-23
The L.A. Office presents "Where Entertainment and Brands Connect." Activities take place at various locations. For info or to register, call (310) 275-2088 or visit www.laoffice.com.
MOSAIC AWARDS/DIVERSITY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS New York, Sept. 22
The American Advertising Federation and AAF District Two present "An Inclusive Advertising Industry: Yesterday's Reflection, Tomorrow's Reality" at the New York Athletic Club. The AAF Mosaic Center on Multiculturalism presents the Mosaic Awards, and AAF District Two presents the Diversity Achievement Awards. For Mosaic Awards info, contact Connie Cannon Frazier at (202) 898-0089 or email@example.com. For sponsorship info, call (800) 835-9946. For Diversity Achievement Awards info, contact Pat Martin at (212) 644-0790, ext. 24, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
4A's Creative Conference New York, Sept. 23-24
Presented by the American Association of Advertising Agencies at the Millennium Broadway Hotel. For info, contact Lance Pillersdorf at (212) 850-0733 or email@example.com, or visit www.aaaa.org.
ADWEEK'S CREATIVE SEMINAR San Francisco, Sept. 28-29
Presented in association with Shoot at The Fairmont Hotel. For info or to register, call (888) 536-8536 or visit www.creativeseminar.com.
Ethnic Marketing Omnibus Chicago, Sept. 28-30
Presented by the Strategic Research Institute at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. For info or to register, contact Rupa Ranganathan at (212) 967-0095, ext. 252, or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.srinstitute.com/cm435.
AHAA semiannual conference New York, Sept. 29-Oct. 1
Presented by the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies at The Plaza Hotel. For info or to register, call (703) 610-9014; for further info, visit www.ahaa.org.
ANA Annual Conference Naples, Fla., Oct. 7-10
Themed, "Masters of Marketing," the event is presented by the Association of National Advertisers at the Ritz-Carlton. For info, contact Joanne Forbes at (212) 455-8086 or email@example.com; to register, visit www.ana.net.
AICP Show in Dallas Oct. 13
Presented by the Association of Independent Commercial Producers at the Dallas Museum of Art. For info, contact Jeremy Besser at (214) 747-1951 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DMA ANNUAL Conference & Exhibition New Orleans, Oct. 16-20
Presented by the Direct Marketing Association at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. For info or to register, call (212) 768-7277 or visit www.dmaannual.org.
AICP Show in San Francisco Oct. 18
Presented by the Association of Independent Commercial Producers at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. For info, contact Farah Fima at (323) 960-4763 or email@example.com.
AICP Show in WINSTON-SALEM Oct. 21
Presented by the Association of Independent Commercial Producers at the North Carolina School of the Arts' School of Filmmaking. For info, contact Sheryl Myers at (404) 688-3800.
THE L.A. OFFICE ROADSHOW EUROPE London, Oct. 24-25
The L.A. Office presents "Where Entertainment and Brands Connect." Activities take place in the West End area. For info or to register, call (310) 275-2088 or visit www.laoffice.com.
WHAT TEENS WANT Beverly Hills, Calif., Oct. 26-27
Themed, "Marketing to Teens (Ages 12 to 17) Using Music, Movies & the Media," the event is hosted by Adweek, Brandweek, Mediaweek, Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel. For info or to register, call (888) 536-8536 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advertising Working Mothers of the Year Luncheon New York, Oct. 29
Presented by The Advertising Women of New York at the New York Hilton & Towers. For info or to register, call (212) 221-7969 or visit www.awny.org. To obtain an entry ballot, visit www.awny.org.
AD:TECH New York Nov. 8-10
Presented by JD Events at The Hilton New York. For info or to register, visit www.ad-tech.com or call (203) 319-1727. The AD:TECH Awards will be presented during AD:TECH New York; to enter, visit www.ad-tech.com/awards.
OAAA Operations, Safety and OSHA Seminar and Trade Show Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 14-16
Presented by the Outdoor Advertising Association of America at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel. For info or to register, contact Kate Bashore at (202) 833-5566 or email@example.com; for further info, visit www.oaaa.org/calendar/.
AICP Show in Chicago Nov. 18
Presented by the Association of Independent Commercial Producers at the Chicago Historical Society. For info, contact Mark Egmon at (847) 920-9968 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE WIN AWARDS Los Angeles, Nov. 7; New York, January
Presented by the Women's Image Network, the event honors the best advertising created or directed by women or with empowering messages for women. Following New York, the show will travel to various ad schools nationwide. For info or to register, contact Joy Tuttle at (310) 229-5365 or email@example.com; for further info, visit www.thewinawards.com.
AME Awards Entry deadline: Sept. 17
Presented by the International Awards Group to honor advertising and marketing effectiveness. For info or to enter, call (212) 643-4800, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ameawards.com.
NEW YORK FESTIVALS AWARDS The week of Jan. 24
The International TV, Cinema & Radio Advertising Awards and the International Television Programming & Promotion Awards are presented by New York Festivals. Winners will be announced at the Millennium Broadway Hotel and the Hudson Theatre. For info, call (212) 643-4800, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.newyorkfestivals.com.
OAAA Small & Mid-sized Plant Sales Manager Seminar St. Louis, Oct. 7-8
Presented by the Outdoor Advertising Association of America at the Adam's Mark Hotel. For info or to register, contact Kate Bashore at (202) 833-5566 or firstname.lastname@example.org; for further info, visit www.oaaa.org/calendar/.
ADC Young Guns 4 Opening Reception & Exhibition New York, Sept. 9
Presented by the Art Directors Club at the ADC Gallery. The multimedia exhibition will be on display until Oct. 29 and then will travel worldwide for a year. For info, call (212) 643-1440 or visit www.adcglobal.org.