The American Advertising Federation of Greater Evansville (AAF-GE) is hosting a luncheon discussion on the hows and whats/dos and don’ts of digital brand engagement for festivals and events at its November 15 luncheon. AAF-GE members and the public are invited to attend the luncheon at Tropicana Evansville Convention Center in the Las Vegas / Atlantic City room. Doors open at 11: 30 and the presentation and lunch begins at noon.
John Kreicbergs is a 19-year veteran of the Kansas City advertising, marketing and technology scene. Starting at Bernstein-Rein in 1999, he has served stints at Barkley, VML, DEG and Meers Advertising, working with such brands as Burger King, Visit KC, Hostess Cakes, Blue Cross Blue Shield, McDonalds, and many more. His passion for digital innovation brought him to Propaganda3 in 2013 where he currently serves as the general manager for the firm’s app development efforts. As a result of that work, Kid Rocket Studios — a kids-focused entertainment development startup — was launched in 2014 following the success of Propaganda3’s interactive comic book app “Kung Fu Robot.” In 2015, Propaganda3 also launched a new event-based digital engagement platform called AppTapp. In addition, John is the founder of RKO Workshop, which specializes in museum exhibit design and educational interactive experiences, and is the marketing co-chair for Kansas City’s award-winning Boulevardia festival.
Doors open at 11:30 am for networking with the presentation beginning at noon. Cost is $20 per person for non-members and AAF-GE members are free. Advanced reservations are required by registering on the website at //aafevv.com/events, or by calling Jennifer Arnold at 812.423.3843 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. RSVP deadline for the event is Monday, November 12, 2018
About the American Advertising Federation – Greater Evansville
Established in 1949, the American Advertising Federation – Greater Evansville (AAF-GE) is the local affiliate of the American Advertising Federation, a national trade organization. AAF-GE provides unique opportunities for members to share ideas, engage with experts and give back to the community. The AAF-GE hosts regular professional development luncheons, networking events, and the local American Advertising Awards competition and gala. The AAF-GE gives back to the local community through these programs, student scholarship program, public service initiatives, and volunteer efforts. For information about upcoming events or membership, visit www.aafevv.com.