MRA is No.1 for the third time in CMA Agency League

  • 25 Jan 2017

Of over 60 agencies working in construction, full service PR and Marketing agency MRA Marketing has taken the No.1 spot in the Construction Marketing Awards (CMA) Agency League, for the third time.

Run by CIMCIG, the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Construction Industry Group, the CMAs are the UK’s leading awards for marketing in construction and they celebrate excellence in the industry.

MRA scooped two awards with Solidor for Strategic Planning and Management for its ‘Most secure composite door’ campaign and with Alumasc Water Management Solutions for ‘Best product launch’ for its Filcoten unique channel drainage system.

Lucia Di Stazio, MRA’s Managing Director, described the awards as the “cherry on top of a fantastic 2016”. MRA marketing is No. 1 in the CIM Agency League of the Construction Marketing Awards, winning 13 times and a finalist 35 times.

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