- 5.30 p.m. Cocktails & Gallery Exhibition with live jazz, appetizers and a cash bar
- 7 pm. Presentations including 2013 trends in creative advertising by Yash Egami, Editor-in-Chief of The One Club and One. a Magazine
- 8 p.m. - 8.15 p.m. Break
- 8.15 p.m. Gold & Silver Pencil Winners;
Florida natives, David Suarez and Danny Gonzalez, CD, Barton F. Graf 9000, NY
- 8.55 p.m. Raffle
Yash Egami is Editor-in-Chief and Director of Content at The One Club. He writes, edits and produces ONE. A MAGAZINE, published by The One Club, as well as The One Show Annuals and online features. He is also involved in producing several One Club events including the Creative Hall of Fame and the recently launched "Top Automobile Commercials" awards at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Prior to joining The One Club in 2004, Yash worked for various media companies as a writer and editor including Ziff Davis, AOL and Random House.
After graduating from Oviedo High School in 2001, David attended UCF and FIU before moving to New York City to attend School of Visual Arts. In 2006, he began his career, along with partner Danny Gonzalez, at JWT working on JetBlue, Domino's Pizza, Huggies and Stride Gum. After a brief stint at TBWA/CHIAT/DAY, David and Danny moved on to Barton F. Graf 9000, where they helped win the Little Caesars and Ragu accounts, and have been Creative Directors on those accounts ever since.
Danny grew up in South Miami, graduating from Miami Killian in 2000 before attending Florida State University and majoring in Advertising. After graduating, Danny returned home and spent a year working on his portfolio at Miami Ad School's South Beach campus. In 2005 Danny took an internship at Strawberry Frog New York where he linked up with Art Director David Suarez. In January of 2006, the two took their first job at JWT New York where they spent 6 years working on a range of brands from Jet Blue and Dominos to Huggies, Smirnoff and Stride Gum. From JWT, David and Danny took a job at TBWA Chiat/Day to work on Jameson, Skittles, and Starburst. In December of 2011, the team got a call from Gerry Graf and Eric Kallman at Barton F. Graf 9000. They jumped at the chance to be a part of the start-up, and have since served as creative directors on Little Caesars and Ragu, along with pinch-hitting on projects for KAYAK and Dish Network.