Ad 2 Houston is a talented collective of passionate young communication professionals aged 32 and under and is composed of project managers, creatives, developers, marketers, content strategists, media buyers, and more.
Ad 2 Houston members love what they do and find joy in bettering themselves and those around them through networking, professional developments and giving back to the community. Ad 2 has a long history of helping others through their public service programs, providing creative and communications assistance for a variety of non-profit organizations. The public service program has provided many Ad 2 members get the opportunity to build their portfolios and the chance learn different sides of the industry they may not get to do at their current positions.
Ad 2 is part of the American Advertising Federation and participates with other Ad 2 chapters across the country in the Public Service Competition and Club Achievement Awards.
Through their affiliation with AAF-Houston, Ad 2 members enjoy dual membership in both clubs as do AAF-Houston members who are age 32 or under. Whether you are college student figuring it out, a young professional learning the ropes, or a trailblazer climbing your way to the top, Ad 2 is for you.
Ad 2 Houston was recently named the Small Club of the Year by Ad 2 National and also received a Club of Excellence designation. For more information on Ad 2-Houston and their events, follow them on Facebook or drop them an e-mail for more information.
Giving Back Through Public Service
Ad 2 Houston has a long history of creating and producing advertising campaigns for deserving nonprofit organizations. Their most recent effort was for Paws For Heroes, a group that rescues homeless dogs and professionally trains them to serve as companion dogs for veterans suffering from PTSD, at no cost to the veteran. Many thanks to the media sponsors who generously donated space for the campaign.
I found my first job right out of college by networking with Ad 2 Houston and to this day, many of my close friends, vendors that I rely on and even several clients are people I met through Ad 2. Joining the club was a powerful part of my career’s success.