Dwight Douthit Named to AAF National Board of Directors

Local ad man, Dwight Douthit has been appointed to the American Advertising Federation (AAF) national board of directors. President and owner of Douthit Design Group, Douthit has been active on the local level for most of his professional career. He serves on the board of directors for AAF-Houston and currently is the group’s Public Service Director.

 The announcement came last week at the group’s annual conference in Orlando. During his two-year term, Douthit will represent the organization’s Division II clubs, or those with 250 to 499 members. This will be Douthit’s second time to serve on the AAF national board. He was appointed in the late 80’s, while serving as National Chairman of the AD2 Division, the organization’s thirty-one and under sub-set. He also served as AAF’s National Public Service Chairman from 1990 to 1992 and most recently on the national ADDY committee.

 “We are very fortunate to be represented by someone who cares so much for our industry,” says AAF–Houston President, Jay Hagins. “Over the years, Dwight has demonstrated a genuine concern for the young people in our business and has an equal affinity for public service. He understands this organization on many levels and will serve us well.”

 The American Advertising Federation is the oldest advertising trade association, representing 50,000 professionals in the advertising industry. AAF has a national network of 15 multi-state districts and more than 200 ad clubs along with a college chapter program of 225 affiliated chapters throughout the US and abroad.

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