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MRA shortlisted for a record 17 Construction Marketing Awards

Managing Director Lucia Di Stazio

Full service agency MRA Marketing has been shortlisted for a record 17 awards in this year’s prestigious Construction Marketing Awards (CMA). A category winner 11 times, MRA’s latest shortlisting adds to a long list of industry accolades achieved during the agency’s 25 year history.

MRA Marketing helps companies grow in construction, building materials and home improvements. This year’s CMA finals see MRA nominated for its work in a number of different award categories including Strategy; Best Product Launch; Best Use of Press and Public Relations; Advertising; Best Website; Social Media; Direct Marketing; and Agency of the Year.

“We’ve been a CMA finalist every year since 2004,” says Managing Director Lucia Di Stazio. “It is fitting that in 2016, our 25th anniversary year, we achieve the greatest number of nominations of any company in the history of the awards.”

“Our nominations recognise the powerful results we achieve for customers with strategic, integrated marketing,” continues Lucia. “The CMAs are widely regarded as a national measure of excellence in construction marketing and business development.”Download the full CMA Shortlist 2016 at www.cmawards.co.uk/cma-shortlist-2016-announced

For more information visit www.mra-marketing.com or email lucia@mra-marketing.com

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MRA Marketing is No.1 in the Construction Marketing Awards (CMA) Agency League of over 60 agencies working in construction, winning 13 times and a finalist 33 times.

For over 25 years, MRA Marketing has helped companies grow in the construction, building materials and home improvement markets. A full-service agency, MRA offers integrated strategic marketing and PR. This includes: strategy development, consultancy, PR, research & insight, creative design (digital and print), social media management and video.

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