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Join us on September 30th to honor 40 young professionals under the age of 40!

                         

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40 Under 40 Luncheon

Join us on September 30 in New York for the Direct Marketing News 40 Under 40 Awards, where we'll celebrate young marketing leaders who are not only succeeding, but excelling despite the many challenges they're faced with today.

The Direct Marketing News editorial team judges nominations from across agencies, brands, and vendors to select 40 professionals under the age of 40 who are among the brightest and most ambitious professionals in the integrated, digital, and traditional direct marketing fields. Along with a festive awards ceremony to honor their accomplishments, the luncheon will feature a panel discussion among several past winners who will discuss their success strategies and what they're doing now to maintain their career and company momentum. You won't want to miss this exciting day!

Event Details
Date: Tuesday, September 30
Time: 11.30am - 2.45pm (includes cocktails and lunch)
Place: Dream Downtown at 355 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011
Cost:

Table of 10
Half table (seats 5)
Individual ticket

Click here to book your tickets online today!

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Need more information?

Contact Amanda Hassler
E: amanda.hassler@haymarketmedia.com
P: 646.638.6023

Interested in sponsoring?

Please contact Greg Zalka
E: greg.zalka@dmnews.com
P: 646.638.6027

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