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AWARDS MRA WINSTHREE AWARDS AT CMAS


MRA Marketing has picked up three awards at this year’s Construction Marketing Awards – the best performance of any agency this year!


MRA, which specialises in strategic


marketing in the construction, window and home-improvement sectors, won the awards for Best Use of Advertising (client: Acheson & Glover) and Best Use of Website (client: Door-Stop) while also being highly commended as a finalist in Best Use of PR (client: Swisspacer).


The judges praised MRA’s “careful and


strategic approach” the benefits of which “will continue to be felt for a number of years.”


“We are thrilled that all our hard work on three very different accounts has been recognised in this way,” says Mike Rigby, MRA’s managing director.


MRA’s Lucia Di Stazio and Mike Rigby and Door- Stop’s Nick Dutton and Steve Bissett collect the Construction Marketing Award for Best Website from organiser Ian Exall, CIMCIG.


“The CMAs are awarded by a panel


of genuine experts – people who really understand both marketing and construction. We’ve received awards in all the most important categories: PR, advertising and online. It’s a great result and we are delighted both for MRA and for our clients.”


MRA’s Lucia Di Stazio and Mike Rigby and SWISSPACER’s Vic de Costa collect the Highly Commended CMA trophy for Best Use of PR from organiser Ian Exall, CIMCIG.


For more information on MRA Marketing visit www.mra-marketing.com or email info@521621.com.


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DOOR-STOPWINS BEST WEBSITE AT CONSTRUCTION MARKETING AWARDS


Leading composite door manufacturer Door-Stop has won Best Website at the prestigious Construction Marketing Awards (CMA) for www.door-stop.co.uk. The site, which boasts a unique easy online ordering system – the basis for Door-Stop’s unmatched 3 day delivery service - beat strong competition from high-profile names such as Lafarge and Barrett Steel.


The judges described www.door-stop.co.uk as ‘an impressive site with a well-executed creative [that] has culminated in excellent results’.


The CMAs recognise the best of the best in construction and are co-ordinated by the Chartered Institute of Marketing Construction Industry Group (CIMCIG). Door-Stop previously won Best Website in the 2009 awards.


Door-Stop’s entry was written and submitted by strategic marketing agency MRA Marketing, the force behind the company’s successful PR campaign, which drove traffic to the website. MRA also won two other CMAs this year.


Managing Director Nick Dutton comments: “This latest award builds on the


Nick Dutton and Steve Bissett of Door-Stop join MRA’s Mike Rigby and Lucia Di Stazio in collecting the CMA for Best Website from CIMCIG’s Ian Exall and Rick Osman.


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recognition we received for www.door-stop. co.uk at the 2009 CMAs. We’ve achieved a lot since then – including being listed by The Sunday Telegraph as one of Britain’s Brightest Businesses – and we hope to build on this success, making it as easy as possible for customers to buy and sell our doors.”


Visit www.door-stop.co.uk or call 01623 446336 to find out more about Door-Stop or get a quote in under a minute using its easy online ordering system.


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