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The Advertising Club Kicks off Advertising Week Honoring U.S. Fund for UNICEF

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT

Nokia Theatre
New York

22 September 2008

Innovative thinking and marketing led to the World Water Day 2007 debut of the Tap Project, which has since made international news as one of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s largest and most successful campaigns.

This effort is helping to save the 4,200 children who perish each day due to water-related diseases.

Join in celebrating the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s global initiatives and new call-to-action campaign, the Tap Project’s global expansion plans and how corporate sponsorships are strengthening social causes.

Panelists (to date):

  • Caryl M. Stern
    President and CEO, U.S. Fund for UNICEF

  • David Droga
    Creative Chairman, Founder, Droga5

  • Scot Safon
    CMO, CNN Worldwide

    Moderator:
    TBA

    Celebrity Guests:
    TBA

    Sponsored by:
    Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
    Microsoft Advertising

    Media Sponsor:
    Advertising Age

    Proud Participant of:
    Advertising Week V

    All registration including payment must be received by September 18 to secure your reservation. No refunds will be given; but substitutions will be allowed.

    All proceeds from this event go to The ADVERTISING Club Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Club, which develops and administers educational outreach programs including undergraduate scholarships and summer internships.


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