MM&M Awards finalists revealed

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MM&M Awards finalists revealed
MM&M Awards finalists revealed
Last Monday, more than 40 esteemed industry leaders assembled at New York's Warwick Hotel to review and score nearly 650 entries to this year's MM&M Awards. And now the results are in.

Click here to find out who made the cut to the list of finalists for each of the 23 categories.

Of course, nobody – not even our judges – knows the identity of the overall gold and silver winners. They will be revealed for the first time at the spectacular MM&M Awards presentation and dinner event at Cipriani, 42nd Street, New York on October 12, 2010. Click here for information and tickets to the big night.

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