Tuesday, October 16 | Starts at 6:30 p.m.
$299 per person | Separate registration fee required | Black-tie optional
ECHO Gala Tickets
Tickets can be purchased when you register for DMA2012. All ECHO tickets may be picked up on-site at Mandalay Bay at the ECHO Concierge Booth in the Registration Area.
CELEBRATE MARKETING’S MOST IMPORTANT NIGHT AT THE ECHO AWARDS GALA
Integrated marketing has quickly become the winning strategy for marketers around the globe. The International ECHO Awards uniquely capture the essence of direct, digital, and integrated marketing—strategy, creative, and results! On Tuesday, October 16, the marketing community comes together at DMA2012 to celebrate the agency and client-side winners that have best embodied and executed integrated marketing campaigns to drive their goals and business forward.
Be there to learn from the best, toast the winners, and enjoy an evening of fine dining and entertainment. Then, continue the celebration by joining us at the ECHO After-Party at Beach Casino at Mandalay Bay.
ECHO Gallery & Lounge
2012 ECHO Award-winning portfolios will be available on iPads at the ECHO Gallery & Lounge for you to review and enjoy throughout DMA2012. The winners will be announced at the Gala on Tuesday night, so be sure to read up on the winners before you celebrate with them LIVE.
Hosted by Sheryl Underwood
Comedienne, entertainer, radio personality and entrepreneur Sheryl Underwood currently serves as co-host of the hit CBS daytime talk show "The Talk."
Underwood is a multi-faceted entertainer, entrepreneur, humanitarian and former member of the armed services who shares her time and talents to positively impact her community and the world. She is Owner and Chief Executive Officer of Pack Rat Productions, Inc., and also serves as International President of her beloved Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Underwood has numerous films to her credit including “Bullworth”, “I Got the Hook Up”, and “Beauty Shop”. In addition, Underwood was the host of Black Entertainment Television’s (BET’s) “Comic View” and “Holla”, a talk show she created and produced, which was loosely based on Bill Maher’s “Politically Incorrect”.