SUPER BOWL LIV 2020 AD PREVIEW PARTY!
January 30 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Don’t miss the American Marketing Association Boston’s Super Bowl LIV 2020 Ad Preview Party! Come see the Super Bowl ads before anyone else, and hear marketing experts dissect the strategy behind each ad. Learn from Boston’s top agencies and advertising experts and get a play by play break down of game day marketing tactics.
You’ll also learn tips for how traditional television advertising is now being integrated with digital, social and mobile channels.
Enjoy beer, wine, networking and themed hors d’oeuvres!
Panelists will include:
Mike Proulx, Chief Innovation Officer, Hill Holliday
As Chief Innovation Officer at Hill Holliday, Mike has been instrumental in growing the agency’s digital capabilities, modernizing its creative process, and attracting a diverse range of digital-native talent. His work at the intersection of creative, media, and technology has shown clients a number of first-in-class solutions by approaching marketing as an innovative mashup of communications + experiences. Mike’s thinking can be found in dozens of published articles in AdAge, MediaPost, and Campaign as well as his 2012 best-selling book, “Social TV.” He’s also a regular #TechTuesday guest on “NECN Today.” For his thought leadership in modern marketing, Mike was named one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business in 2014. @McProulx http://www.mikeproulx.com
Sam Mullins, VP, Creative Director, Arnold
Sam is VP, Creative Director at Arnold, working on Santander Bank and ESPN. His previous accounts include Carnival, Hardee’s, New Balance and SolarCity. Prior to joining Arnold, he worked at Mullen on Google, National Geographic Channel and the Department of Defense. Sam’s work has garnered awards at Cannes, The One Show, CLIO, London International, D&AD, Art Director’s Club, Webby, ANDY, Effie, CA and FWA, among others. He is a graduate of the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University with a BFA in Graphic Design.
Mark Philip, VP, Group Creative Director, Digitas
As a creative director, Mark pushes brands’ boundaries to help them break through and find relevance with today’s consumers. He often combines digital innovation with traditional marketing techniques to create unique sweet spots for his clients. In 2016, he created one of the first branded lenses for Snapchat, The Gatorade Super Bowl Dunk, which had more than 165 million views—making it the most watched ad of the Super Bowl and it didn’t even appear on tv. His work has been recognized by every major industry award show and publication including The One Show, Clio, ADC, Webby, Effies, Lürzer’s Archive and Cannes where he’s won 5 Lions. But he still considers his 6-year-old son his greatest work to date, even though he’s yet to win any awards.
AMA Boston Chapter President-elect & VP of Content Marketing; Director of Marketing, Bates
Meghan McGrath is a B2B marketer at Bates where she has spent the last 7 years developing strategic campaigns in the executive services industry. She is President-elect for AMA Boston and also heads up the chapter’s content marketing. She also hosts the AMA Boston’s podcast Talking Marketing interviewing marketing thought leaders like Michael Brenner, Seth Godin (coming soon!), and David Meerman Scott. @MegMcGMarketing
Brad McCormick, Vice President Social Media, AMA Boston Chapter
Brad McCormick is an award-winning sales and marketing strategist. During his more than a decade of experience working for and selling to Fortune 500 companies, Brad has sold and promoted recorded music, licensed apparel and accessories, and even developed his own products and an app for the iphone. During his tenure at Warner Music Group, Brad conceptualized and developed Run Out Groove, a fan-driven vinyl-only record label. He is currently on the board of directors for AMA Boston and serves as the Vice President of Social Media. Brad currently is consulting for e-commerce businesses and podcasters and lives on the South Shore with his wife and their dog, Lilly.
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