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Master Photographers Association Partner With Loxley Colour

Master Photographers Association Partner With Loxley Colour - The MPA will be working more closely with Loxley Colour after creating a partnership.

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Loxley Colour

The Master Photographers Association have created a new trade Partnership with Loxley Colour laboratory.

Ashley Morrison, Loxley Colour Marketing Manager, said: "Loxley Colour is delighted to have official Trade Partner status with the MPA. Our long history in the photographic history and our drive to deliver high quality professional imaging fits perfectly with the MPA's long established ethos of supporting professional photographers in the UK.

We look forward to further developing our already close bond with the MPA and its members, and remain focused on meeting professional photographer's needs while we develop and expand the already extensive range of formats we have available to display expert photography."

Chief Executive of the MPA, Colin Buck added: "We are delighted that Loxley Colour has come on board and have seen the great potential to work more closely with our members. As an organisation dealing the professionals it is important that we work with suppliers at the top of their field."

Trade Partnerships are a recent initiative by the Association developed due to a need in the photo industry for companies to work more closely with their suppliers to add greater benefits all round.

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oldblokeh 7 1.2k United Kingdom
28 May 2012 2:36PM
Quote: "The MPA will be working more closely with the Master Photographers Association after creating a partnership."

That's a bit narcissistic, isn't it?

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28 May 2012 3:07PM
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