Door-Stop and MRA win Best Digital Campaign award at CMAs

  • 11 Dec 2014

Steve Bissett of Door-Stop (left) collects the CMA for Best Digital Campaign

CMA judges described the Door-Stop initiatives as ‘fabulous’

Supported by the Chartered Institute of Marketing, the CMAs recognise the brightest and the best in construction.

Martin Dickie, Business Unit Director of Door-Stop: ñOur strategy is to make it easier for customers to order, market and sell Door-Stop doors, building their own businesses. A two year, multi-channel, integrated campaign with MRA Marketing did just that _ and the award recognises just how successful this has been.î

The CMA judges described the initiatives as ‘fabulous’ and were particularly impressed by the return on investment factor of 14.8.

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