ROCKY HILL, CT – New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has declared the week of June 4-8 2001 as “Opinion and Marketing Research Week” in the City of New York.
The declaration is to coincide with the Marketing Research Association’s 43rd Annual Conference, held that week at the Marriott Marquis Hotel located at 1535 Broadway.
The official proclamation will be presented at the Conference’s Opening General Session on Thursday, June 7. Representatives from other major industry associations will be on hand to receive this honor.
“This is truly an honor,” says Judy Hominy, Executive Director of Pat Henry Market Research Inc. (Cleveland, OH) and MRA President. “Such a nice recognition of the value that opinion and marketing research profession brings to the public.”
The MRA Annual Conference is a three-day event that provides participants with educational and networking opportunities. MRA holds two national conferences a year, the Annual Conference held in June and the Fall Education Conference (FEC) and Technology Forum held in November. This Fall, the FEC will be held in New Orleans, LA from October 31 – November 2, 2001 at the Inter-Continental Hotel.
MRA is dedicated to promoting excellence in opinion and marketing research. MRA creates value by providing members with a variety of opportunities for advancing and expanding their opinion research and related business skills. MRA serves as a key advocate with appropriate business and government entities, other associations and the public. MRA members endorse the Code of Data Collection Standards.