Marketing celebrates the Best of 2012

There was no shortage of smiles or celebration at Best of 2012, Marketing‘s gala reception to honour its choices for Marketer, Agency and Media Player of the Year. Toronto’s Arcadian Room hosted more than 200 eager finalists and well-wishers who, once the winners were announced, raised their glasses to toast the best of Canada’s marketers […]

There was no shortage of smiles or celebration at Best of 2012, Marketing‘s gala reception to honour its choices for Marketer, Agency and Media Player of the Year.

McDonald's Canada celebrates Marketer of the Year 2012

Toronto’s Arcadian Room hosted more than 200 eager finalists and well-wishers who, once the winners were announced, raised their glasses to toast the best of Canada’s marketers and communicators.

Leo Burnett was honoured as Agency of the Year, McDonald’s Canada earned Marketer of the Year honours and Blue Ant Media took the stage to accept the Media Player of the Year trophy.

Leo Burnett, Agency of the Year 2012

Blue Ant Media, Media Player of the Year 2012

The Mosaic crew (l-r): Anne Marie Al-Borno, creative director; Jeff Rogers, president; Alan Palmer, director, strategy and client development; Ryan Dunnigan, director, experiential marketing; Chad Grenier, VP, consumer packaged goods; Caroline Murphy, VP, digital and public relations

Cundari, a top 3 agency finalist (l-r): Adrian Capobianco, managing director, digital; Rob Emlay, VP, digital; Andrea Sampson, VP, strategy; Kelly Frances, VP, relationship marketing; Maria Orsini, VP, finance and administration; Aldo Cundari, CEO

Marketing mag's Russ Martin and Kristin Laird

There are more photos from the event at Marketing’s Facebook page. See yourself? Tag yourself!

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