(Photo courtesy John Waire/The Wairehouse & American Advertising Federation of Baltimore)

Never Saw the Light of Day/The Trashys – AAFB

June 22, 2017 – Peabody Heights Brewery

Pictured (LtoR) Nicole Wright, Enradius project manager; and Aaron Bickoff, Mindgrub vice president of client services (Photo courtesy John Waire/The Wairehouse & American Advertising Federation of Baltimore)

Pictured (LtoR) Max Kellner, idFive account executive; Emilee Beeson, Exit 10 senior designer; Heather Harvey, id Five graphic designer; and Dave Provine, IMRE IT director (Photo courtesy John Waire/The Wairehouse & American Advertising Federation of Baltimore)

Pictured (LtoR) Anne-Marie Wood, Duo Signage and Graphics principal; Dave Stock, Friendship Creative Printers account executive; and John “Woody” Wood, Duo Signage and Graphics principal (Photo courtesy John Waire/The Wairehouse & American Advertising Federation of Baltimore)

Pictured (LtoR) Cynthia Sanders, Baker Donelson intellectual property lawyer; Hunter Kalman, Renegade producer; Heather Wassell, American Advertising Federation Baltimore executive director; and Ashlene Larson, Early Light Media director of marketing & client development (Photo courtesy John Waire/The Wairehouse & American Advertising Federation of Baltimore)

Pictured (LtoR) Frank Hamilton, Senior Art Director, Freelance; Allison Randall, Senior Interactive Art Director, MGH (Photo courtesy John Waire/The Wairehouse & American Advertising Federation of Baltimore)

Some 100 members and friends of the American Advertising Federation of Baltimore gathered at Peabody Heights Brewery to celebrate and award some of the best ideas in Baltimore’s advertising industry that – for one reason or another – never came to fruition. Hence the name – “Never Saw the Light of Day,” also known as “The Trashys.” The event raised money for The AAFB Scholarship Fund. (Photo courtesy John Waire/The Wairehouse & American Advertising Federation of Baltimore)

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