The Adcraft Club of Detroit to Host Eighth Annual D Show Dec. 3 in Detroit

November 13, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Detroit, Nov. 13, 2014 The Adcraft Club of Detroit, Metro Detroit's association for advertising and marketing communications professionals, is pleased to announce its annual awards show will take place from 6-10 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3 at the Masonic Temple at 500 Temple St. in Detroit. The Eighth Annual D Show recognizes the best work in metro Detroit's advertising community over the past year.

Judges will evaluate the area's best advertising work in categories including print, radio, TV, integrated marketing and digital media, among others. Winners will be selected from nearly 600 entries, from agencies across Metro Detroit. A list of finalists is available at www.TheDShow.org.

"We had a great selection of work to choose from this year from a mix of large, medium and small agencies," said D Council Chairman Brian Yessian. "We are proud to honor the great work being created in the region."

The awards ceremony will feature live music and a new interactive platform featuring kiosks that allow for watching the show and giving the work an added level of reverence while also enjoying an evening of networking and socializing. More than 1,000 people are expected to attend.

The show is open to the public for those 21 and over. Tickets are $130 with student member tickets available for $65. Group tickets are available for $120 for parties of 10 or more.

Those interested in attending can purchase tickets online here.

For more information visit www.Adcraft.org.

About Adcraft Club of Detroit
Established in 1905, the Adcraft Club of Detroit brings together members of the media, advertiser and agency community to exchange big ideas, support and educate one another as means of evolving their own professional development and the creative industry they are a part of. With 1,900 plus members, the Adcraft Club of Detroit houses some of the most well-respected and established consumer brands in the world.

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