Deadline fast approaching for the MM&M Awards

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The late deadline for entries to the 2005 MM&M Awards is this Friday, June 3rd. Now in its second year, the MM&M Awards recognizes exceptional creativity and marketing effectiveness in 22 categories covering advertising, media buying and planning, publishing, public relations, direct marketing, digital promotions and integrated campaigns. A panel of more than 50 top executives from across the industry has been assembled to judge the entries, making the MM&M Awards the most authoritative and independent program in healthcare communications. The winners will be revealed at a black-tie presentation dinner in New York, Nov. 9th. For an entry kit and details of how to enter, please visit the Awards section of this site or contact Jennifer.burke@haymarketmedia.com.
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