2020 American Advertising Awards
AAF Birmingham held their 62nd Annual 2020 American Advertising Awards at Events at Haven. Good ideas happen everywhere. The best ideas are at the 2020 Birmingham ADDY awards. The American Advertising Awards is one of the advertising industry’s largest creative competitions, attracting nearly 35,000 professional and student entries across the nation each year. The award recognizes the spirit of great advertising in all types of media, created by all sizes and types of entrants, for advertisers from every industry, from all around the country. Event Vendors: Homewood Flowers, Tre Luna Catering, The Flash Bar, AG Lighting. Sponsors: Lewis Communications, Centro, Encompass Health, Huddled Masses, Davis Direct, UAB Department of Art and Art History.
Logan Shoaf, Nina Diamantis, Mary Cate Prendergast Abby Deason, Davis Hammett David Barry - AAF Birmingham President, Kathleen Sharp - American Advertising Awards Co-Chair, Muhammad Al-Kahlout - American Advertising Awards Co-Chair Madison Cooper, Conner Gayda, Julianne Smith Mary Catherine Molay, Tifanie Noblin Jenifer McCormick, Rebekah Savage Victoria Olinger, Alex Hawkins, Austin Whitt, Cesar Jauregui Liz Patton, Noel Conway - Mspark Jamey and DeeAnne Deason, Abby Deason Steve and Ariel Stark Leslie Johnson, Lana Aaron, Janna Stevens, Alana Harmond Sarah Wynn, Eric Mchargue Kenny Kung, Katelyn Boisvert Meredith Smith, Abby Kirk Kathryn Stalnaker, Kate Fitch Brianna Jelks, Brianna Bryant Cory Anchors, Dustin Grandchamp Stephen and Kayla Stinson Holli Robertson, Anne Holman Smith Taft and Laura Elliott Rashida Reese Taylor and Tiffany Robinson Irma Sierra, Katelyn Boisvert Savannah Meek, Chuck Meek Logan Shoaf, Shaydah Schaff, Shannon Long, Michael Clarke Shannon Long, Susan Elliott Reach John Montgomery, Teresa Wilson Natalie Yablon, Amy Shackelford Britt Black, Ashley Lindsey Drew and Sara Franklin Hannah Dow, John Immelmann, Paula DeReuil Dana Kaita and Chesley Vague Kelsey Blakney, Nina Diamantis, Allison Corbin