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Autism Speaks and New York Center for Autism Honor Fashion Designer Tommy Hilfiger and Raise Over 1.3 Million Dollars at A Funny Affair for Autism

Seth Meyers, Bill Hader, Martha Stewart, Susie Essman, Alina Cho, Peter Alexander, Donny Deutsch are Among Those Lending Their Support to Help Raise Funds for Individuals with Autism and Their Families

Autism Speaks Co-founders Suzanne and Bob Wright, and New York Center for Autism (NYCA) Co-founders Laura and Harry Slatkin, honored ic

December 06, 2011

NEW YORK, NY (December 6, 2011) – Autism Speaks Co-founders Suzanne and Bob Wright, and New York Center for Autism (NYCA) Co-founders Laura and Harry Slatkin, honored iconic fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger for his commitment to increasing awareness and support of the autism community at A Funny Affair for Autism –a star-studded evening of fashion and comedy that helped raise over 1.3 million dollars for individuals with autism and their families.

The Advertising Council and Autism Speaks Launch New PSAs in Award-Winning Campaign to Raise Awareness of Autism

Renowned Fashion Designer Tommy Hilfiger and NASCAR Driver Jamie McMurray Featured in Two Innovative Animated TV Ads

The Advertising Council, in partnership with Autism Speaks, announced today the launch of innovative public service advertisements (PSA

November 07, 2011

NEW YORK, N.Y. (November 7, 2011) – The Advertising Council, in partnership with the world’s largest autism science and advocacy organization Autism Speaks, announced today the launch of innovative public service advertisements (PSAs) featuring renowned fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, and NASCAR driver Jamie McMurray and his niece who has autism. The PSAs are designed to help raise awareness about autism and to encourage the public to learn the early warning signs of a disorder that now affects one in every 110 American children.

Learn the Signs - Ad Council Campaign

Autism Speaks' multi-year Ad Council public service advertising campaign stresses the importance of recognizing the early signs of autism and seeking early intervention services. The multi-media campaign, which includes television, radio, print and internet advertising, aims to motivate parents and caregivers of children aged 0-6 to learn the signs of autism

See examples of the television ads below.

"Maybe" - Eye Contact