our clients

& Partnerships

Please contact us to learn more about Groupe MG Marketing’s past mandates or for customer references. We’re happy to help!

Our customers

Since its inception in 2009, Groupe MG Marketing has actively contributed to the success of many automotive, truck, commercial vehicle, and recreational vehicle dealers across Quebec. Over 200 dealers representing a wide range of manufacturers trust Groupe MG Marketing to organize their custom sales events.

Our customers have only one thing to say: the Groupe MG Marketing team’s expertise is unbeatable!

Our Partnerships

As a leader in its industry, Groupe MG Marketing sets itself high standards to be recognized as an unavoidable business partner for all automotive and recreational vehicle dealerships.

With this goal in mind, Groupe MG Marketing is extremely proud to have acquired the status of Partner with organizations and associations such as the CCAQ and the ACVLQ.

CCAQ

The Corporation des concessionnaires d’automobiles du Québec (CCAQ) is a non-profit organization founded in 1945 that represents all automotive and heavy trucks dealerships having an authorized licence from a manufacturer to sell new vehicles. With more than 883 active members, the CCAQ represents 98% of Quebec’s dealerships.

ACVLQ

The Association des Concessionnaires de Véhicules de Loisir du Québec (ACVLQ) represents dealerships selling, in particular, motorcycles, snowmobiles, quad bikes, recreational off-highway vehicles, trail bikes, pleasure crafts and motorized products.

Founded 1964, the ACVLQ now represents the interests of more than 200 dealerships throughout Quebec, which corresponds to 90% of the annual sales of new recreational vehicles in the province.

CSPI

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Le Centre de services scolaire de la Pointe-de-l’Île (CSSPI) a été créé par le gouvernement du Québec dans le cadre de la modification de l’organisation et de la gouvernance scolaires. L’abolition des commissions scolaires et l’entrée en fonction des centres de services scolaires ont été officialisées le 15 juin 2020.  

Le CSSPI est issu de la Commission scolaire de la Pointe-de-l’Île, créée en 1998 lors de la restructuration des commissions scolaires sur une base linguistique. La CSPÎ était notamment issue de la Commission scolaire Jérome-Le Royer, une institution à vocation confessionnelle qui offrait des services éducatifs dans l’est de Montréal.