On Sept. 10, 2013, Newport Beach, Calif. The Orange County Advertising Federation and AD2OC announced the 5th annual Beach Bash, which will take place in Newport Beach on Sept. 19, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. at the Peninsula Park Gazebo area. The Beach Bash is the chance for Orange County to give back to the community to raise money for a local charity. This year's charity is the Newport Beach, Huntington Beach and Seal Beach chapters of the Surfrider Foundation. This event is open to the public and free, however guests are encouraged to provide a donation of their choice to benefit Surfrider Foundation. There will be networking, giveaways and light appetizers will be provided by Cabo Cantina. This event is open to the public, but guests can register online at http://www.ocadfed.org/events/calendar
"On behalf of the OCAF, I am very excited about this years event.," said Lisa Delaney, President of OCAF. "We have a new Rockin theme and some really great sponsors this year including Cabo Cantina, West Coast Chill, Johnny G Gillespie Musician, Schecter Guitars, Rock N Roll Industries Magazine, Steev Creeper Moreno Artist, Allura Printing, An Ideal World, Libovision Photography. We are very excited to once again have Raquel Figlo on board as our event coordinator. She is extremely passionate and this is her 5th year raising funds for Surfrider Foundation and our goal is to raise more money that in any year past," she added.
The OC Ad Federation, a chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF), is the largest professional organization dedicated to the advertising business in Orange County. Our community consists of ad agencies, broadcast production houses, printing companies, interactive shops, AD2 is a group of young professionals and students in the Advertising Industry including individuals from the agency side, client side and many more. For more information on Surfrider visit www.surfrider.com and to learn more about the Orange County Advertising Federation please visit www.odadfed.org or www.ad2oc.org for information on AD2OC young professionals and students.