Advertising Hall of Fame

April 24, 2018 |  Cipriani Wall Street | New York

The Advertising Hall of Fame celebrates and honors the legends who have made extraordinary contributions to advertising.

Now accepting nominations for the 2018 class of inductees.
Deadline to nominate is November 10, 2017.

Submit a Nomination  VIEW 2017 EVENT PHOTOS


Carol H. Williams

Robert De Niro

Recipient of the President’s Award for Special Lifetime Contributions to Advertising
Jerry Della Femina

Jerry Della Femina

Della Femina Advertising
Kay Koplovitz

Kay Koplovitz

USA Networks; Springboard Enterprises
Stan Richards

Stan Richards

The Richards Group
Carol H. Williams

Carol H. Williams

Carol H. Williams Advertising
Recipient of the David Bell Award for Industry Service


Corporate Inductee



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The car company will be honored along with eight other industry legends, including Robert De Niro, on April 25. Read the press release here.

Robert De Niro

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This special award for Lifetime Contributions to Advertising will be presented on April 25 at Cipriani Wall Street. Read more about the award and De Niro here.

Anheuser Busch

Honorees Announced for the 68th Annual Advertising Hall of Fame

Industry legends from Hearst, Nestlé, Della Femina Advertising, GroupM, USA Networks, The Richards Group and CHWA as well as Robert De Niro among those to be honored.

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The 5 Best Moments From This Year's AAF Hall of Fame Dinner

Andrew McMains, Senior editor, AdweekMedia, recaps the 2015 Advertising Hall of Fame at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York.

What If You Were A Client of the Martin Agency

AHOF 2015 Inductee, John B. Adams, Jr. of the Martin Agency, looks at what the core competency of an advertising agency should be from the lens of the Martin Agency.