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Intermediary Communications and MMG Advertising Announce Marketing Partnership with Lumino the Dentists

Intermediary Communications and MMG Advertising have signed Lumino The Dentists, part of the Abano healthcare group.

The Auckland-based public relations consultancy and sister company MMG Advertising will provide the national dental group with public relations counsel, branding advice, advertising and communications services.

‘We are thrilled to be working with Lumino The Dentists,’ said Peter Boyes, Managing Director of Intermediary Communications. ‘This national network of top-quality dental practices has the potential to become even more successful than it already is. There is a lot to be excited about.’

We look forward to building a long-standing relationship with Lumino as we assist them in meeting all of their communications needs,’ added Peter.

Intermediary Communications and MMG are part of one of New Zealand’s largest independently owned communications partnerships. Partners include MediaR, a fully accredited media buying shop, Advocate, a strategic advertising agency and BlackPepper, an interactive e-commerce specialist. More information can be found at www.intermediary.co.nz.

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