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Media PA’s Social Giving Revolution Launched in Hamilton

Media PA’s Social Giving revolution has officially launched in Hamilton last night with Camille Buscomb and Argent Motor Lodge the big winners.

Argent Motor Lodge in Hamilton announced the sponsorship of one of New Zealand’s top female athletes, Camille Buscomb, facilitated by Camille’s promoter, Media PA.

Social Giving is all a part of Media PA philosophy of giving back to the community. “It is great that the sponsorship came together to help one of New Zealand’s most talented young athletes,” says Phillip Quay, Managing Director of Media PA.

“I am delighted to have a successful business like Argent Motor Lodge on board as one of my sponsors as it helps me to be one step closer towards by goal of competing at the Commonwealth Games next year,” says Camille Buscomb.

“We are really proud to have a chance to become aligned with someone of Camille’s calibre and we are really excited to be in a position to be able to sponsor her. With MediaPA on both Camille and Argent’s team we are very excited to see where it may lead,” says Clare Gallagher co-owner of Argent Motor Lodge in Hamilton.

“Marketing and public relations is a huge mine field to navigate and neither Richard nor I had any idea which avenue would be most successful.  So in July 2012 we embarked on our first social media campaign with MediaPA. Cut forward 12 months and MediaPA are an integral part of our business.  And Phillip is someone who continually challenges us to look outside of the square.  Social giving is giving something back, but whereby there is benefit on each side,” says Clare.

For the best service in Hamilton you can’t beat Argent Motor Lodge in Hamilton. So whatever the need, be it business or pleasure, Argent Motor Lodge is the perfect place to base yourself during your Waikato stay.

Camille Buscomb is the first in long line of athletes that will benefit from Media PA’s Social Giving philosophy.


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