MBNAspire to Success Contest

All MBNA members in good standing are invited to submit entries for the annual MBNAspire to Success Marketing & Public Relations Contest.  MBNA’s Aspire Awards were created to recognize monument builder companies that have drawn favorable attention to their companies, and in turn, to the industry through their specialized marketing and/or public relations campaigns.

Any publicity you’ve received during the contest year (November 1 of the previous year through November 1 of the current year) is eligible.  This includes coverage by newspapers, magazines, television, new acquisitions, celebrated anniversaries or testimonial letters.

Up to three (3) winners will be awarded the handsome granite MBNAspire Award, a tall, polished trophy that adds elegance and interest to any member’s lobby or bookshelf.  Honorable mention entries will receive a certificate of merit suitable for framing.  All winning entries will be featured in MBNews.

Be sure to have all relevant documents prepared prior to application; including photocopies of photographs, clippings, brochures, letters, invitations or company branded materials as you will be asked to upload those documents to the application.

If you have any questions, please contact MBNA’s offices at (800) 233-04472 or email us at info@monumentbuilders.org.

Deadline for all entries is November 15th, 2018

  Enter the 2018 Contest

 

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