Ad2 membership will provide you with the opportunity to network with colleagues and sharpen your skills with our annual non-profit advertising campaign. Ad2 Reno is for those under the age of 32 in the advertising, marketing, and communication community, and those interested in those fields.
Join by paying your membership dues in the form to the right and get ready to create some crazy-good campaigns. Need a bulleted list? We have that:
What’s in it for you?
- Free admission to all Ad2 Reno social and networking events
- Member pricing to AAF Reno luncheons and events
- Member pricing to Sierra Nevada PRSA, Reno Tahoe AIGA and Reno Tahoe AMA luncheons and events
- Awesome and exclusive e-newsletters with valuable industry information and Ad2 news
- Quarterly networking mixers
- Educational workshops and speakers
- Mentor(s) through our mentor program
- Portfolio review from local industry professionals
- Résumé and cover letter review
- Real life experience through public service and community outreach
- Opportunities to become a leader among your peers
- Discounted ADDY entry fees
You will also receive automatic membership to the [American Advertising Federation – link to aaf.org] (AAF), the oldest and largest advertising association in the country, with more than 40,000 members of all ages and expertise. Through the AAF you can also take advantage of:
- The AAF representative in Washington D.C. who lobbies for the betterment of the advertising industry
- Access to the members-only Job Bank
- Discounted tickets to industry conferences
- Discounted subscriptions to AdWeek, Advertising Age, BrandWeek, Business Wire, MediaWeek and The New York Times
- Discounts with FedEx, Hertz and Premier Global Services
Are you a student?
If you’re already a paid member of UNR Ad Club, you lucky dog, you. You’re already an honorary member of Ad2 and can attend all events. Please note that if you are an active participant in the AAF National Student Advertising Competition, you may not participate in the public service campaign. We’re really sorry, but it’s a conflict of interest and well, we’re just ethical folk!