Last chance to grab glory

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Last chance to grab glory
Last chance to grab glory
If you still haven't entered the MM&M Awards 2009, then you'd better move fast—today (June 5) is the final deadline for submissions.

The MM&M Awards honor creativity and effectiveness in healthcare marketing, and each entry is judged by an independent panel of industry leaders. But you have to be in it to win it. So far this year, more than 150 different agencies have submitted work. If you think your efforts deserve to triumph, then go to www.mmm-online.com/awards to enter.

Don't forget you can follow all the MM&M Awards news, include real-time updates from next month's judging day, at www.twitter.com/MMMawards.
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