GTMA

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AcronymDefinition
GTMAGreater Toronto Marketing Alliance (Canada)
GTMAGauge and Toolmakers Association (UK)
GTMAGreat Minds Think Alike
GTMAGetting the Message Across (UK communications firm)
GTMAGerman Trademark Act
GTMAGrid Trade Master Agreement
GTMAGeorgia Textile Manufacturers Association
GTMAGauteng Transport Management Authority (South Africa)
GTMAGarment and Textile Manufacturers Association (Malawi)
GTMAGeorgia Transfer to Minors Act
GTMAGreen Throated Mango A (A. viridigula)
GTMAGas Turbine Materials Associates, Inc.
GTMAGlendale Transportation Management Association (California)
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They are not getting the message across regularly," he said.
Social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter are great ways of getting the message across, so ask your followers to support your campaign and send updates such as when a bonus token day is approaching.
Some two thirds of people in the UK believe publicity drives are vital to getting the message across on issues of public concern and support the continued spending of taxpayers' money on them, despite the tough economic climate.
We want to stop as many young people as possible from starting to smoke in the first place, so it's great to see this innovative approach to getting the message across.
Sergeant Joanne Jones of the Merthyr neighbourhood policing team said: "This is about getting the message across to people who may be doing things they shouldn't on the trails that there are regular inspections and they might get caught.
It's a great way of getting the message across and letting people know what resources are available to them - without having to leave their own home.
Mr Lewis, 38, a music promoter, said, "I think music is the main way of getting the message across.
First and foremost they want to be entertained, and these ads are designed to do just that while still getting the message across.
Caroline Niblo, from the charity, said: "We wanted to give the children an opportunity to perform and to do something different, while getting the message across.
It's all about getting the message across that breast cancer can hit anybody - young or old, male or female.
Local sixth-form students Jessica Fleming and Rebecca Whitefoot, who are gaining work experience at the track, have already been out and about in Hereford, getting the message across and drumming up business.