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SCORR Marketing to Attend American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting and Exposition



10/18/2011 12:20:40 PM

(Kearney, NE; October 18, 2011) – SCORR Marketing, a strategic marketing agency focused on drug development and life science industries, will be attending the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting and Exposition October 23-27, 2011, in Washington, D.C.

"Thousands of scientists will attend the exposition and we are looking forward to connecting with familiar faces and meeting potential clients," stated SCORR Marketing President Cinda Orr. "This year AAPS is celebrating its 25th anniversary—I am proud to say that I have attended the AAPS Annual Meeting for the past 20 years. SCORR's depth of experience in this industry is unprecedented since we are the only marketing firm with that level of industry experience and commitment."

SCORR Marketing is a full-service marketing and public relations firm offering complete strategic communications programs to clients in a wide variety of markets and industries. For more information or to view samples of their work, visit online at www.scorrmarketing.com or call 308.237.5567.

About SCORR Marketing

SCORR collaborates with energetic companies to develop “next-phase growth strategies” and utilizes a disciplined approach to marketing plans that ensures solid incremental growth year after year, creating tangible results. SCORR’s team includes dedicated talent with worldwide experience in market development, public relations and communications, customer retention and development, corporate identity/branding, broadcast and print advertising, tradeshow/event planning and promotion, and website development and hosting services. SCORR Marketing has offices in Seattle, Philadelphia and Omaha with headquarters in Kearney, Nebraska. Connect with SCORR Marketing on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.


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