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[January 21, 2013]
Creative way to clean up ; In Brief [Hull Daily Mail (England)]
(Hull Daily Mail (England) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) MARKETING: A specialist cleaning system and accessories provider, has announced the appointment of Hull-based Lee Creative Marketing as its new retained marketing agency.
QJS specialises in the supply of washdown equipment, cleaning systems and accessories to the food and beverage manufacturing industries. The Lincoln company has now committed to a 12 month contract in view of its current expansion plans.
Nadia Hemmings, marketing account director at Lee Creative, said: "We are very excited to begin work on this project as QJS are a client which values data and this has opened up a world of opportunities.
"Our activity will centre around the database, which has been carefully built over the past few years to produce a highly targeted series of campaigns. "It's great to be recognised for the work we've done and to be given the opportunity to build on it." (c) 2013 ProQuest Information and Learning Company; All Rights Reserved.
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