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American Advertising Federation

A lobbying organization for advertisers and advertising agencies in the United States. It promotes legislation on behalf of the advertising industry and also conducts conferences and educates members on new and growing trends. Through its college chapters, it provides real-life case studies for university students interested in advertising. Its headquarters are in Washington, D.C.
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We recognized that growth was critical to AAF performing its mission for the industry, so we developed a very specific plan calling for a 7 percent annual increase in membership or in dues.
Was the 352d a typical or atypical group compared with the other forty-five AAF fighter groups in the European campaign?
Consequently, this article highlights the mission of the NATC-A and AAF as an example of how building our partner nation's airpower capacity supported strategic-level objectives defined by the Afghan government and NATO.
On arrival, he and two AAF colleagues grabbed a few hours' sleep then started a 19-hour shift.
The industry and trade ministry said that PT AAF is still feasible and profitable.
AAF allows devices to optimize the frequency response that best fits existing conditions.
We're excited to see Charlene take a leadership role with a great organization that connects LS to our industry at the local level," said Mark Szczepanik, LS creative director and past president of AAF Cleveland.
AAF has continued its dynamic growth and transformation from a leading flooring specialist into a full interiors turnkey solutions provider.
The first contract will see AAF design, manufacture and supply air inlet filter systems for 12 gas turbines at seven power generation plants in Malaysia.
AAF was forced to stop production on August 5 as gas supply from Arun gas field of EMOI was stopped.
The board of AAF, which is endowed with Southern California's share of the surplus from the 1984 Olympic Games, also approved funding for the AAF's summer youth sports programs.
The AAF called Jones "a true role model for the industry.