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Luncheon: Big Game Ad Trivia

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)

Luncheon: Big Game Ad Trivia

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Members Feb 3, 2020 $25.00 $1.49
Non-Members Feb 3, 2020 $35.00 $1.69
Full-Time Students Feb 10, 2020 $15.00 $1.29
Members Not Started $30.00 $1.59
Non-Members Not Started $40.00 $1.79

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It's back and better than ever because it's TRIVIA! 

Join us for our annual Big Game Ad luncheon. We're switching it up for fun and laughs with football, marketing, and random facts trivia! Get your team together to compete for fun prizes - and bragging rights, of course. We'll also view our guest panel's favorite - and not so favorite - Big Game Ads and you can weigh in too!




John Daugherty is the Film Commissioner and Director of the Greater Columbus Film Commission (Film Columbus). A creative person and an entrepreneur, John has always had an interest in film, music and the arts. Since taking over as the Film Commissioner for central Ohio in 2015, the area has seen tremendous growth in the industry, including the expansion of the state tax credit from $20 million to $40 million in 2017. In 2015, John facilitated the inaugural Columbus Film Summit, which illustrated to city leaders that Columbus can sustain a true film industry. John was a partner and Chief Creative Officer at commercial and film production company Vital Companies. He joined the Film Columbus board in 2013 and became Executive Director in 2015. He is also an Emmy winning director and producer as well as a Billboard-charting music producer.

Jami Goldstein

Jami Goldstein is the Vice President of Marketing, Communication & Events, Greater Columbus Arts Council. She brings nearly three decades of expertise in marketing, public relations and the non-profit arts to the Greater Columbus Arts Council. In addition to overseeing marketing, public relations, branding and events at GCAC, she works to increase national awareness of the city’s abundant creative capital and cultural assets, overseeing the Art Makes Columbus/ Columbus Makes Art community-wide marketing campaign and strengthening and expanding partnerships. Prior to joining GCAC, Jami worked for the Ohio Arts Council. She serves on a number of boards including the Columbus Arts Marketing Association, ROY G BIV Gallery and the Arts and College Preparatory Academy. She says one of the greatest joys of her job is connecting people who can do good work together.

Chris Hamel

Chris Hamel is the President of Gateway Film Center and in his ninth year leading central Ohio's non-profit, independent film center. Under his leadership, Gateway implemented numerous programming series, entered into valued partnerships and established an unofficial home for the local film community. In 2015, the Sundance Film Festival Institute named Gateway Film Center one of the top 20 cinemas in North America. Gateway has been recognized as the Best Columbus Movie Theater by area publications. Chris has held roles in the film and advertising industries including Director of The Ohio Theater and Southern Theater at CAPA. He is the Executive Director of The Film Festival of Columbus, Board Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Columbus Film Commission, and co-founder of Nightmares Film Festival.

Randy Malloy

Randy Malloy is the Owner-Operator, WWCD, CD102.5 FM. He moved from New Jersey to Ohio in 1987 to attend The Ohio State University. What started out as a non-paid college internship has turned into a 29-year journey with local Columbus radio station CD102.5. As owner he’s proud of his role in the station’s success as one of the only remaining independently owned and operated alternative stations in the top 100 markets. CD102.5 is highly invested in Columbus, its people, its organizations and events. The station has raised more than $1 million dollars to support local charities with CD102.5 for the Kids. The station supports Columbus musicians by providing airtime for local bands and slots in annual concerts for local acts to perform. Randy says Columbus may be his adopted home but it is most definitely his home.  


Film Columbus    Gateway Film Center
   Greater Columbus Arts Council   CD102.5


Thank you to our Silver Chapter / Big Game Ad Trivia Luncheon Sponsor





  • Ticket prices increase on Tues. Feb. 4. Ticket sales end on Mon., Feb. 10 at 11:59 pm. After this date contact for ticket availability.

  • If you have a food allergy please email with specific food allergy details.

  • Free parking is available in Lot C, at the corner of S. Grant and E. Main; there is also metered street parking

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Franklin University
Alumni Hall / Ross Auditorium
301 E. Rich St.
Columbus, OH 43215

Thursday, February 13, 2020 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)

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AMA Columbus is the local chapter of the American Marketing Association, a professional association for individuals and organizations who are leading the practice, teaching and development of marketing and communications. 

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