Joe Jackman, Nancy Marcus, Morris Saffer, Brian Scudamore, and Anthony von Mandl are recognized for their impact on the Canadian marketing field
TORONTO, June 24, 2020 /CNW/ - The Toronto chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA Toronto) is proud to announce the class of 2020 inductees into Canada's Marketing Hall of Legends (CMHOL), one of Canada's most respected and renowned industry awards. For over 12 years, nomination and induction into Canada's Marketing Hall of Legends has been a widely recognized mark of distinction and one of the most coveted awards celebrating the careers of our industry's most successful leaders.
Joe Jackman, CEO of Jackman Reinvents; Nancy Marcus, one of Canada's most recognized marketing professionals in the CPG industry; Morris Saffer, Chairman of Saffer Retail; Brian Scudamore, founder of home-service brands such as 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, WOW 1 DAY PAINTING, Shack Shine and author; and Anthony von Mandl, Founder & CEO of The Mark Anthony Group of Companies, have been selected by a Jury Committee, made up of a distinguished group of marketing experts as standout exemplars of the Canadian advertising and marketing industry and are recognized for their impact on the Canadian and International marketplace.
"On behalf of AMA-Toronto, it is my honour to welcome this esteemed group of leaders to Canada's Marketing Hall of Legends. To acknowledge and recognize their achievements and contributions serves and inspires our entire community," says Michelle Flynn, President of AMA-Toronto.
The spotlight and recognition of this year's new inductees to the Hall will continue throughout the year with new content and programming, including an invite-only dinner honouring the Legends.
The 2020/21 presenting sponsor for CMHOL is Architech, a Toronto-based software company with over 15 years of Digital Transformation for clients across North America by leveraging the latest cloud technology and hiring top talent to modernize applications.
About AMA Toronto
The Toronto Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) is a not-for-profit community of volunteer marketers who have been creating opportunities for personal and business growth for more than 70 years in Canada. The AMA, with more than 30,000 members and 70 chapters across North America, is the largest marketing association in the world serving organizations and individuals who practice, teach and study marketing. To learn more about the Toronto chapter of the AMA visit AMA-Toronto.com.
For further information: Lorena Luján, Director, Public Relations, AMA Toronto, [email protected], (437) 992-8166