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Advertising Council Inc.

A non-profit organization in the United States established in order to promote the public good through advertisements. It disseminates ads encouraging civic duty, patriotism, hard work, lack of drug use and so forth. It was established in 1942 to encourage popular support for World War II efforts like war bonds.
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Elsner has served on the Board of Directors of the Ad Council as well as the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.
The multimedia company was recognized Thursday by being handed the Ad Council 's Crystal Bell award yesterday at the 2017 Radio Show, the annual event co-produced by the RAB and NAB.
The spot was created through a partnership between the NFL and creative agency R/GA and The Ad Council, the non-profit behind many of the nation's most popular public service announcements, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
He also currently serves on the executive board of directors of the Financial Communications Society and has been involved with the Association of National Advertisers, Ad Council and Interactive Advertising Bureau.
On February 19, the White House and the Department announced two campaigns to address and eliminate chronic student absenteeism: the My Brother's Keeper (MBK) Success Mentors Initiative--with 10 initial participating cities--and a multi-million dollar Ad Council campaign to engage parents on this issue.
Forest Service, and the Ad Council, the website is divided into four major sections.
Today only 55% of Americans say that they are "very" or "extremely" knowledgeable about how to properly recycle, according to research by the Ad Council.
Valenti is active in community organisations, serving on the Ad Council and the Women's Leadership Council of the United Way and Go Red Luncheon Committee for the American Heart Association as well.
The Ad Council and TEACH said they have formed a unique outreach campaign with Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) advertising team in an effort to recruit the next generation of teachers who will drive innovation and redefine teaching in K-12 classrooms.
How McGruff and the crying Indian changed America; a history of iconic ad council campaigns.
In How McGruff and the Crying Indian Changed America: A History of Iconic Ad Council Campaigns (Smithsonian Books), Wendy Melillo, a former writer for Adweek, traces the canine's pedigree.
The World Economic Forum, supported by the Ad Council, had unveiled the aACAyCreative for Good' online initiative dedicated to providing ideas and inspiration, as well as tools and resources to create new campaigns promoting social causes.