Congratulations to AWAI’s Great Books Club July Winners!
Each month we randomly give away 10 copies of the upcoming month’s book to the Great Books Club members.
We’re pleased to announce the winners for July, who will receive their very own copy of How to Write a Good Advertisement by Victor Schwab. Clayton Makepeace, Marcella’s special guest for the July meeting, says of this classic, “We often talk about how ‘The Masters’ created this art and science of ours. We speak of David Ogilvy, Robert Collier and many others. For me Victor Schwab packs more copywriting wisdom into a single page than any of them.”
- Jennifer Mizak
- Satarupa Ghose
- Ken Fong
- Audrey Gauna
- Charles Tate
- Sandy Espinoza
- Nancy Ross Brewer
- Magda Wojciechowska
- Sheldon Lazarow
- P.J. Baker
Winners: Your copy should arrive from Amazon in the next week or so.
If you don’t have How to Write a Good Advertisement, it’s easy to order from Amazon. And then you can join us for the July Great Books Club webinar, which takes place on July 17 at 3 p.m. Eastern.
There’s still plenty of time to sign up – you can register for free here.
You’ll also be automatically entered to win one of the 10 copies we’re giving away for our August book selection – Ogilvy on Advertising.
AWAI’s Great Books Club believes if you want to be a great writer, it helps to read the right books.
Every month club moderator Marcella Allison and a very special guest pull out the essential elements of must-reads from the world of copywriting, marketing, and business a special and help you apply the concepts to your writing.
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