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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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Beginning as the War Advertising Council in World War II, the organization has since spearheaded a variety of public service campaigns, often with measurably beneficial results.
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Siebert has served on the advertising council of Utah Tires Association, Murray City Public Power Board and as the president of two local property owners' associations.
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Millard is immediate past chair of the Interactive Advertising Bureau and has served on the boards of the Advertising Council, the American Advertising Federation, the Advertising Education Foundation and others.
Last month, the AICPA and The Advertising Council announced the launch of Feed the Pig for Tweens[TM], a new financial literacy curriculum for fourth to sixth graders.
Out of this came Smokey Bear, now jointly administered by the Advertising Council, the Forest Service, and the National Association of State Foresters.
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