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FAQs

Q: How do I get on the mailing list?
A: Click here and you will be forwarded to the appropriate link.

Q: Will there be an awards show?
A: Back in September of 2002, the IAA (http://www.iaaglobal.org) began sponsoring the “Best of San Francisco”; show which featured creative work by local agencies. Whenever there are awards events scheduled, they will be distributed to our mailing list.

Q: Will there be any speaking opportunities for people in the industry?
A: There are no events planned under the SF Ad Club name. There other some other active organizations, however, such as IAA/West, AdMark, and others. Any upcoming events are listed in the News & Events section, with any pertinent details listed along with the event.

Q: How can I get a copy of the agency directory?
A: We’re putting together a printed version of the updated directory, and we’ll be having an expanded online directory of agencies, vendors and media companies shortly. For the time being, make sure you are on the mailing list (see above) and visit the online directory at http://www.sfadvertising.com

Q: I want to know about advertising rates and info for the web site.
A: If this link is not available on the web site, please email us for a rate card. If you haven’t done so already, email info@sfadvertising.com and mention you want advertising rates.

Q: I’m new to town and want to network with people. Do you have any advice?
A: Get on our mailing list (see above) and be sure to check out job listings on the web site frequently. We also forward other club announcements to our mailing list when they pertain to networking opportunities.

Q: How do I get listed on the agency directory?
A: Email info@sfadvertising.com with your agency name and contact information. You must be located close to San Francisco and be an ad agency, graphic design firm, interactive shop or other related creative professional service (no freelancers please)

Q: I want to join the club. What do I need to do?
A: The SF Ad Club is currently inactive. Due to a downturn in the local economy in the late 90′s, the club’s board of directors decided to suspend activity and shut the local office until such time as there was more local interest and resources available to make the club more viable. Volunteers currently run the web site and mailing list and we also refer people on our mailing list to other organizations’ events.