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700 Stars: The MM&M Awards 2011

700 Stars: The MM&M Awards 2011

Almost 700 of the biggest stars in the industry assemble at the decadent Cipriani 42nd Street in New York for dinner, cocktails, live entertainment and, of course, the MM&M Awards 2011 ceremony itself

Guests seek out colleagues and friends in the Awards directory

Jennifer Rinaldo of Forest Laboratories enjoys the show

Elizabeth Turcotte of Bristol-Myers Squibb collects a Gold Award for Orencia

Dave Ormesher from closerlook, Marc Monseau of MDM Communications and Jack Barrette from WEGO Health deep in conversation

Steve Barrett of PRWeek chats with Mike Boken from Shire

Matt Giegerich and Marc Weiner from Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide share a chuckle

MM&M Editor-in-Chief James Chase welcomes guests to the show

Team CDM Princeton lines up at the step-and-repeat

Joe Shields of LifeScan/J&J with Monique Levy from Manhattan Research

Adele Gulfo from Pfizer presents a Gold Award to Jay Carter of AbelsonTaylor

Saatchi & Saatchi Health Communications strike a triumphant pose

Emcee Ralph Harris ignites the audience with his special brand of comedy

Scott Wolf from Everyday Health presents a Gold Award to Reaves West of Merck

Lori Goodale and Mike Myers from Palio with Ed Mitzen of Fingerpaint Marketing

One of a small army of smart phones that captured and shared the evening

Emcee Ralph Harris congratulates Raj Amin of HealthiNation

Emily Baier from Boehringer Ingelheim proudly displays one of two Gold Awards for the DRIVE4COPD campaign

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