Kyle Mastin joins the AAF-Inland Empire Board of Directors

The American Advertising Federation (AAF)-Inland Empire is pleased to announce the addition of Kyle Mastin to the board of directors. Kyle is the Co-Founder and Director of Business Development for Pulse Marketing, an award-winning advertising agency in Murrieta California. As the Director of Business Development, Kyle has established a reputation for identifying unique opportunities, creating…

Request for Proposal #2014-01 – Professional Contractor Services

June 17, 2014 American Advertising Federation –Inland Empire; Request for Proposal #2014-01 Professional Contractor Services The American Advertising Federation –Inland Empire 501(c)6 is currently seeking proposals from qualified individuals who can handle a wide range of professional and bookkeeping duties on a freelance basis as needed by the American Advertising Federation –Inland Empire. The selected…

Call To Action: Contact your Congressman or Congresswoman

Posted by Jon Burgess – AAF District 15 Governor This is an appeal for action, to “Preserve the current standard business deduction for the cost of advertising.”  Any tax on advertising would be devastating not just to the advertising industry, but to the national economy as well.  Overview The House Ways and Means Committee has developed draft…

Announcing The AAF Inland Empire Fall Digital Marketing Series!

In just a few weeks, the AAF-Inland Empire is delivering a detailed educational series on Digital Marketing. The series will cover the current top 3 digital marketing strategies: Paid Search, Search Engine Optimization and Mobile Marketing. Here are the titles of each the presentations. ____________________ Paid Search Advertising 101 Luncheon Date: September 5, 2013 Several…

A Message from the Vice President of Government Affairs

AAF Members: As I am sure you are aware, Congress may soon be taking up the first major reform of the U.S. Tax Code in nearly 30 years. We have learned that Congressional leaders who are drafting the proposal have heard suggestions that the deduction businesses take for the ordinary and necessary expense of advertising…