Advertising Club of New York

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Advertising Club of New York

A voluntary, professional organization that helps to regulate the American advertising industry. It offers training and promotes good practices among members. Interestingly, it was the first supporter of the organization that ultimately became the Better Business Bureau. It was established in 1896 and was originally known as the Sphinx Club.
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Your picture sparked many happy memories of my late wife, Mary nee Pickford (who also worked at the Gauge) and I enjoying many dances there, where we alternated between the Rialto, GEC, the Sphinx Club and Massey-Ferguson (but thereby other stories could be told by your readers).
The development project included a visitor centre, students entrance, archaeological awareness, tourism ministry police, inspection office, Sphinx club, and electric vehicles.
The award was announced October 17 at an evening award reception at the Sphinx Club at Almas Temple in Washington, D.
Luke Henney died at George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton just hours after leaving the field during Ambleside's Coventry Alliance fixture at the Sphinx club in February.
The first International UWB Conference will be held from September 28-30 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Sphinx Club in Washington D.
e raSSe took place at Coventry Sphinx Club in Sphinx Drive.
e four-team tournament will be held from midday at Peugeot FC, on Paladine Way, with the rae held at the Sphinx Club on Sphinx Drive afterwards from 2pm.
As reported in the Telegraph, Luke, pictured, died after falling ill while playing for Ambleside in a Coventry Alliance fixture at the Sphinx club in Coventry on Saturday, February 7.
He died after feeling unwell while playing for Ambleside in a Coventry Alliance Premier Division fixture at the Sphinx club in Coventry.
Cremation service will take place at Canley Crematorium on Tuesday 25th November 2014 at 2:30pm, with wake to follow at Sphinx Club, Sphinx Drive, Coventry.
In an outstanding innings, the three Sphinx club runners came in within a second of each other at just over 22 minutes.
The four taken to the opening ceremony last month were Tile Hill Trojans basketball club chairman Ross Alexander, 33, Coventry Sphinx club secretary Jackie McGowan, 51, Coventry schoolboy football coach Jim Sweeney, 54, and Coventry Godiva Harriers coach Gordon Horne, 69.