The Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council (CRMSDC) has named Montage Marketing Group as its Class II Supplier of the Year. The award recognizes Montage’s performance in the areas of business growth and development, operations, minority business enterprise collaboration, community involvement, and commitment to the Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council. We were generously nominated by two corporate members of the council.
Montage Marketing Group is one of only three companies to be honored this year in the competition, which covers Maryland, D.C., and Northern Virginia. We now go on to compete against Supplier of the Year award winners from other councils in the region.
Owned and led by Mercedita Roxas-Murray and Teresa Pipia, Montage creates impact through marketing outreach, strategic communications, and live events. Our team of subject matter experts, program management professionals, and creative communicators apply deep cross-sector experience to deliver meaningful engagement strategies and activities for the government, nonprofit, and private sector.
Montage has previously been honored by CRMSDC as Top 100 MBE® (2019, 2017). We were also recognized as a finalist for Supplier of the Year Class I award in 2016.
“It’s a huge honor to be named as the Class II Supplier of the Year by an organization that has played such an important role in our growth and success,” said CEO, Mercedita Roxas-Murray. “It is a testament to our team, our clients, and our shared commitment to doing work that makes a difference, especially during a year of unprecedented challenges. We thank CRMSDC for this award, and applaud the flexibility, tenacity, and hard work of all our fellow minority business owners who make up this community.”
“We congratulate and extend the Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council’s well wishes to Montage as winners of the Supplier of the Year award,” said Rupert Warner, Chair of the Nomination Committee for CRMSDC. “Everyone should take a great deal of pride in knowing the important role they have played in helping build the minority business community.”
CRMDSC is one of 23 regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council. The council connects corporate and government members to well established, certified minority-owned business enterprises.