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HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM ENGINE

The holidays are when we all come together and celebrate the unique and wonderful differences that each and every one of us brings to the table.
 
This season we will continue that tradition in true ENGINE form. 



This year we are honored to make a donation to the Marcus Graham Project (www.marcusgrahamproject.org) on behalf of all our amazing clients and partners. This non-profit provides diverse applicants with the exposure and experience necessary to solidify careers in marketing, media, advertising, PR, and social media. We are proud to help their efforts of addressing diversity in our industry.


From our ENGINE family to yours, we wish you the best this holiday season.

 

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