Awards event set to break all records

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It's official: the MM&M Awards 2007 presentation event will be the biggest and best ever.

Attendance is set to exceed 700.

Guests at the black-tie gala event, which takes place on November 1 at New York's Tavern on the Green, will represent virtually every corner of the industry — including most of the biggest pharmaceutical companies.

Festivities begin with cocktails and the chance to socialize with hundreds of pharmaceutical, agency and publishing executives. After that, guests will be treated to live entertainment, dinner and the exciting awards ceremony itself, where the winners will be revealed for the first time.

Guests can then retire to the bar for the “after glow” celebration. Don't miss the chance to honor the best work and the brightest people at the biggest event. Click here to book your tickets.

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