This is a sponsored article by Freefoam
Leading roofline manufacturer Freefoam has reached the finals of this year’s Construction Marketing Awards (CMAs) with its highly successful ‘Helping Customers Grow’ campaign.
Freefoam’s integrated campaign was devised and implemented by MRA Marketing working in close partnership with digital specialist Mind Made and with Freefoam. Combining tightly synchronised PR, advertising, social media, video and direct marketing, the campaign has been shortlisted for Strategic Planning and Management in recognition of its powerful impact on Freefoam’s customer engagement and sales.
Freefoam is a finalist in this year’s Construction Marketing Awards
Commenting on the nomination, Freefoam Commercial Director Colin St John said: “Our campaign illustrates the effect of our complete supply chain working effectively together to grow. It’s rare to see this in any sector, but our stockists, installers and housebuilders have seen the power of many working closely together for the good of all. The ‘Helping Customers Grow’ campaign has given Freefoam customers a mouthpiece to explain in their own words how we support them. We’ve been delighted with the response so it’s great to get formal recognition too. Fingers crossed for November!”
The CMAs showcase creativity, innovation and marketing excellence in the construction sector. These prestigious awards are endorsed by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Construction Interest Group and take place on Thursday 28th November at Hilton London Bankside. Visit www.cmawards.co.uk for more information.
Find out more about Freefoam by calling 01604 591110, visiting www.freefoam.com and following @freefoam.
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