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TEQUILA\ New Business Run Continues

TEQUILA\ New Business Run Continues

Leading Direct Agency to Work With Federated Farmers of New Zealand (FFNZ)


Wednesday, 13 August, 2008: TBWA\TEQUILA continues to go from strength to strength, having been appointed to work with the Federated Farmers of New Zealand (FFNZ) - the premier organisation for looking after the interests of the Kiwi farming industry.

The initial scope of work will involve the development and implementation of a member recruitment and engagement strategy to help FFNZ connect with all rural categories and drive increased membership.

Mike Larmer, Managing Director of TEQUILA\, comments: "We're delighted to have picked up this piece of new business as it's New Zealand’s leading rural sector organisation,” he says.

“We're looking forward to the prospect of further enhancing their profile through our direct marketing expertise and developing our agency's presence in the Wellington market," he adds. The win for TBWA\TEQUILA\ follows a string of substantial new business wins including Westfield, SKYCITY and Mercury Energy.


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