Celebrate in Style at the AICP Holiday Party
Each December, the AICP closes out the year with holiday celebrations in New York and Los Angeles. It’s a time to bring our membership and local advertising communities together to celebrate the year in production, collect donations for Toys for Tots, raise money for industry diversity initiatives, and of course to have some fun!
This year, we’ll be turning the historic Ebell of Los Angeles into Studio 54 for one night only on Thursday December 8th. From 7pm until Midnight, the infamous nightspot will be resurrected and will feature live music from The Band That Fell To Earth: A David Bowie Odyssey, performers impersonating '70s superstars, disco dancers, roller skaters, aerialists and much more. Don’t forget to wear some comfortable boogie shoes, and we hope to see you under the disco ball. Tickets are available on the AICP Store here.
The following week, on Tuesday December 13th, we’ll hop back to the East Coast for The AICP Foundation ‘Christmas Story’ Holiday Party. Inspired by the classic seasonal film, we’ll have many prizes much better than a Red Ryder BB Gun to be won in our annual raffle. Earn tickets for the raffle by winning big in our Holiday Casino or by trying your luck at our Target Games, but don’t shoot your eye out! Prizes include luxury hotel stays, travel packages, tickets to sporting events and much more. As always, all proceeds from the casino, games, and party itself benefit The AICP Foundation. The Foundation is a proud sponsor of diversity initiatives in our industry including The Made in NY PA Training Program, Streetlights, and a scholarship program at The VCU Brandcenter.
If all that gaming for charity wears you out, you can visit our premium whiskey bar or take in the amazing views from the gorgeous Midtown Loft & Terrace. And don’t forget an unwrapped donation for Toys for Tots we’ll be collecting in NYC too. Tickets for The AICP Foundation Holiday Party are available here.
We hope to see you at one or both events, and Happy Holidays from the AICP.