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Business Lancashire announced as official partner of the Lancashire Hospitality Awards

A new awards programme has entered into an exclusive media partnership with a leading regional news outlet.

The Lancashire Hospitality Awards, which launched in September and will champion and reward the top performers in the county within the hospitality sector, has teamed up with Business Lancashire as its official media partner.

The new partnership will see the business publication drive regional engagement for the awards and will also see Business Lancashire’s editor take on the role of a member of the judging panel alongside other key business men and women including Vanessa Jackman, from Valor Hospitality Europe.

Andy Mann, director at Business Lancashire said: “Lancashire has always had an excellent hospitality offering but the sector has largely been overlooked to shine in its own right and these awards provide the opportunity to do just that.

“The Lancashire Hospitality Awards will celebrate those key players within the county’s hospitality industry and allow a platform for key businesses and individuals to be recognised for their efforts within their industry and this is why Business Lancashire couldn’t be prouder to team up with such a credible programme.”

The Lancashire Hospitality Awards are free to enter and feature twelve categories with the top ten finalists being invited to interview in front of the panel of judges followed by the creation of a final five, from which the winners will be selected and announced at an awards ceremony at Blackpool’s Winter Gardens on Friday, February 1, 2019.

The awards have been founded by The KC Awards Group Limited which is made up of KRPR managing director, Kara Rose and CDC events director, Carl Darcy.

Kara Rose said: “We’re thrilled to have such a well-respected and high profile publication onboard supporting the awards.

“Business Lancashire is perfectly aligned with our core demographic and so is an exciting partnership for an awards group that is in its infancy and we look forward to working with Business Lancashire and welcoming Andy to the judging panel.”

The awards are open for entries until Friday, 5 October, via an online entry form on the awards official website; www.lancashirehospitalityawards.co.uk and the top ten finalists will be announced on Friday, 12 October.

Awards up for grabs are, Large Hotel of the Year, Small Hotel of the Year, Boutique Hotel of the Year, Spa Hotel of the Year, Golf Resort of the Year, Hotel Restaurant/Bar of the Year, Sustainable Venue of the Year, Hotel Conference / Event of the Year, Non-Residential Venue of the Year, Wedding Venue of the Year, Marketing / PR Campaign of the Year, Lifetime Achievement Award.



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