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CLARKSTON, GEORGIA - MAY 13, 2009 - On Saturday, May 23, landlocked Southerners can indulge their inner beach bum without even leaving the Atlanta area.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA - April 15, 2009 - MLT Creative, a business-to-business marketing and advertising agency, announced today that it has earned a coveted position on BtoB Magazine's "Top Agencies of 2009" list. Appearing in the publication's April 6 issue, the annual list of 125 includes small, medium, large and technical B-to-B agencies from around the country.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA - March 1, 2009 - It's time once again for the Atlanta Marketer of the Year (AMY) Awards, and B-to-B agency MLT Creative has made a stellar showing among the nominees, emerging as finalists in no less than five categories.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA - FEBRUARY 10, 2009 - Atlanta-based B-to-B marketing firm MLT Creative has been named one of nine finalists for the 2009 MAX Awards, which honor innovation in the field of marketing. The company earned its latest nod thanks to its work with Airgas, the country's largest distributor of industrial, medical and specialty gases and related equipment.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA - DECEMBER 4, 2008 - Visitors might notice something a little different about the new online headquarters of MLT Creative: Everything.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA (PRWEB) - November 25, 2008 - A big challenge was met with big ideas when Birmingham-based AutoTec asked MLT Creative to help enroll (or re-enroll) every licensed automotive dealer in North America with AuctionACCESS®, the venerable technology platform that connects them to more than 190 wholesale auto auctions across North America.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA - AUGUST 21, 2008 - Vann Morris, an account coordinator with local B2B ad agency MLT Creative, recently traveled to Tuscon, Ariz., to present her master's thesis at the 11th International Conference on Language and Social Psychology (ICLASP).
ATLANTA, GEORGIA - JULY 31, 2008 - He wears a white jumpsuit, wields a pair of drumsticks and wails on a yellow bucket like a New Orleans street performer. But Ben Leathers isn't on some boozy, bluesy corner in the French Quarter, playing for loose change. No, this is something different.