Come join the Boise Advertising Federation and American Advertising Federation to celebrate the announcement of the winner of the National Student Advertising District XI Regional Competition on Friday, April 5th.
The competition will be held earlier that day and anticipation of the results will be high!
Come support regional college students looking to emerge into the advertising/marketing industry and enjoy a fine dining evening gala.
Grove Hotel - Boise
Friday, April 5th
Dinner: Ribeye Roast, Potatoes, Seasonable Vegetables and Salad
No host bar
In the comments, specify any dietary restrictions.
Tickets must be purchased by Tuesday, April 2nd at 11:30pm
About the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC):
There is no better way to learn about the advertising campaign process than by actually developing a campaign for a real client.
Each year, a corporate sponsor (client) provides an assignment or case study outlining the history of its product and current challenge. The case study reflects a real world marketing challenge. Students must research the product and its competition, identify potential problem areas and devise a completely integrated campaign for the client. Each student team then "pitches" its campaign to a panel of judges.
Structure of the NSAC Competitions
Each of the AAF's college chapters can form a team for the National Student Advertising Competition on its campus. The AAF is divided into 15 geographical regions, and based on their school location, student teams first compete at the district level, either in-person or virtually. The winning team(s) from each district then advances to the semi-finals, where NSAC teams compete for one of eight spots at the finals.