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RMAI life time achievement award for Anugrah Madison’s RV Rajan

13-November-2009
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RMAI life time achievement award for Anugrah Madison’s RV Rajan

Rural Marketing Association of India (RMAI), the industry body devoted to furthering the cause of rural marketing, has decided to confer the first ever RMAI Life Time Achievement Award on RV Rajan, Chairman, Anugrah Madison Advertising and immediate past President of RMAI.

The Award is being given to Rajan for his association with the rural marketing and communication scene for over three decades, during which he has made significant contribution in promoting the cause of rural marketing.

According to Pradeep Kashyap, President, RMAI, “RMAI decided to recognise Rajan’s role in spearheading the formation of the association and also for steering it for four years as the Founder President. He has helped in establishing the Association on a solid foundation by implementing a variety of activities, all of which has helped in creating more knowledge base on rural marketing.”

The Award will be given to Rajan at a special function to be held in Chennai on November 27, 2009.

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