By: Patrick Rouillard
The Charlotte Chapter of the American Marketing Association will be hosting the Alphabet Bash along with 7 other local organizations. Join us and support a great cause at The Oak Room on June 21st from 6pm-9pm.
The Alphabet Bash is a great networking opportunity including many facets of local marketers including B2B, digital, direct, PR and social. Proceeds go to helping support the Community School of the Art's Levine Children's Hospital Arts Day.
So who will be there?
Check out the list below for a brief description of the participating organizations 'behind the acronyms'.
For the past 75 years, the American Marketing Association has been making an impact on the marketing world through resources and expertise provided to its members. In 1982, a chapter was established in Charlotte to help bring the innovation of the organization to a vastly growing region of the country. Since then the Charlotte American Marketing Association (CAMA) has become a vital element to the national organization and the Queen City!
Learn more at: www.charlotteama.com
We are an affiliate of the American Advertising Federation (AAF), a national organization empowered by 50,000 professionals in 220 professional advertising clubs, 220 college chapters and 110 corporations. The AAF works to advance the broad interests of the advertising industry, including the freedom to truthfully advertise legal products.
Learn more at: www.aafcharlotte.com
The Business Marketing Association is the leading professional resource for business-to-business (B2B) marketers. We connect members with the kind of knowledge, people and programs that make achieving their business objectives more efficient and effective.
Learn more at: www.bmacarolinas.org
The Charlotte Interactive Marketing Association (Charlotte IMA) is a forum for digital marketing professionals, businesses and educators in the Queen City and surrounding areas dedicated to sharing ideas, information and best practices that will help define and develop the growing digital marketing industry and its disciplines. Charlotte IMA's membership base and meeting attendees represent digital marketers from local Fortune 1000 companies, demand generation and digital agencies, marketing-related technology firms, marketing-focused consulting firms and online media companies.
Learn more at: www.charlotteima.org
The Charlotte Direct Marketing Association (now merged with CAMA) will promote direct marketing excellence in our community by providing career development and social opportunities that advocate the highest standards of professional conduct. The Charlotte Direct Marketing Association is the Carolina's premier association for direct and interactive marketing professionals.
Learn more at: www.charlotteama.com
The International Association of Business Communications/Charlotte is an organization of professionals from across the communications industry spectrum. We are partners in an international association of more than 13,000 communicators in 60 countries. Our mission is to provide professional development and opportunities for our members to enhance their skills and increase their success via a variety of programs, events, seminars, networking opportunities and conferences.
Learn more at: www.ciabc.com
With approximately 300 members, the Charlotte Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America is one of the region's largest and most active chapters. Founded in 1978, the chapter helps members become more valuable to their organizations and clients- and more successful professionally.
Learn more at: www.prsacharlotte.org
Social Media Charlotte was created in 2013 to help bring together different parts of Charlotte's rampantly-growing online marketing and social media businesses and the professionals who guided them, along with those new to the scene who simply wanted to learn more.
Learn more at: www.socialmediacharlotte.com