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AIA Cincinnati Event Publicity Information
Use this form to submit information about AIA Cincinnati events that you want to appear in print & electronic promotional materials. Realize that space is limited in both printed flyers and email blast articles.

Please do not simply cut-and-paste from lengthy Word documents! Make sure to look at previous web samples of these materials to get a sense of what amount of content is reasonable to submit (see aiacincinnati.org and AIA Cincinnati on Facebook). Otherwise, our volunteer designers will have to delete text to fit the formats in question, and you know best what content is most important and relevant to your event.

Email address
Your Name
Your answer
AIA Program & Event Title
Sponsoring Program
What AIA Cincinnati program group is sponsoring this event?
Event Title & Subtitle (if any)
Biggest title texts with the highest priority
Your answer
Event / Speaker Descriptions
Enter the written description summary of the event and information about presenting groups or individuals. Remember that this area on flyers is limited in space (see previous examples for relative sizes).

A good target is a speaker bio no longer than 75 words and an event summary of no longer than 150 words.

Event Description
Provide event overview text that is specific and brief, keeping in mind the time an average viewer would likely spend reading it.
Your answer
Presenter(s) Description / Bio(s)
Describe the presenting groups or individuals. Pare down bios to only information relevant to the presentation's topic and scope.
Your answer
Imagery
Describe the desired imagery to be used in publicity for this event. If you are providing imagery, simply submit it to your AIA contact or the designer directly by email.
Preferred imagery
Will you provide specific imagery, or should the designer find imagery relevant to the theme?
General imagery notes
Provide any specific feedback about preferred imagery you would like here.
Your answer
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