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Richmond, VA (BlackNews.com) – West Cary Group, an award-winning, performance marketing firm headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, has been selected as a 2013 Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise® Award winner. Moses Foster, West Cary Group president and CEO, accepted the award during a prestigious ceremony at the War Memorial Building in Baltimore, Maryland on Wednesday, October 30.

“This award is the result of a true team effort,” says Moses. “West Cary Group is committed to providing measurable ROI for our clients through powerful marketing creative and rigorous data analysis. We’re also committed to making our community a better place to live and work. The Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise Award helps reinforce that our company is on the right track in both of these endeavors, and we’re honored by the recognition.”

Since 2007, outstanding minority and women business owners with operations in Virginia, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania have been selected to be among the mid-Atlantic region’s finest. Winners are chosen based on achievement in business development, client satisfaction, professional affiliations and community involvement.

“This year, nearly 5,000 nominations were received,” continues Foster, “and West Cary Group made the Top 100. We’re thrilled to be included among such distinguished company.”

About West Cary Group
West Cary Group is a full-service, minority-owned advertising and marketing communications agency founded in 2007 by Moses Foster. The firm specializes in merging award-winning creative with rigorous data analysis to create marketing campaigns with truly measurable outcomes. West Cary Group’s capabilities include digital advertising and media, mobile application design and development, web design and development, brand marketing and advertising, direct response marketing and employee communications. For more details, visit www.westcarygroup.com

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