MRA makes Construction Marketing Awards finals yet again

  • 20 Oct 2017

MRA Marketing has been shortlisted for 13 awards in this year’s Construction Marketing Awards.

The full service agency helps companies to grow in construction, building materials and home improvements. 

MRA has been shortlisted in various categories including Agency of the Year; PR Agency of the Year; Best Use of Research; Best Use of PR; Best Website; Advertising; Social Media; Direct Marketing and Best Product Launch.

Lucia Di Stazio, Managing Director of MRA Marketing comments: “The nominations are a testament to the powerful results we achieve for customers with strategic marketing & PR, creative design, research and consultancy.”

MRA Marketing is currently at the top of the CMA Agency League having made the finals in the CMAs consistently for the past 13 years.

View the full CMA shortlist 2017 here.

Visit MRA Marketing's website

 

MRA Marketing
18 Market Street
Wotton-under-Edge
Gloucestershire GL12 7AE

t: 01453 521 621
f: 01453 521 681
e: [email protected]

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