GIMA Awards 2017 ? last few tickets remaining

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With just a few weeks to go until the winners of the 2017 GIMA Awards are crowned, interested parties are urged to book their place now to avoid disappointment, as tickets are selling fast!

Taking place at Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, South Wales on July 13 the evening is set to be another fantastic event. This year the GIMA Awards will be celebrating the best the garden retail industry has to offer from nine product categories, as well as Best Point of Sale, Consumer Product Packaging, and Marketing Communication awards. The coveted Sword of Excellence, GCA Supplier of the Year, and Gardenex Export Achievement Award will also be up for grabs, helping the winners to set themselves apart from the competition with these unrivalled industry accolades.

This year?s event will be hosted by award-winning comedian and star of the BBC?s ?Mock the Week? and ?Have I Got News For You?, Hal Cruttenden.

Director, Vicky Nuttall, said: ?The awards are getting ever closer, and tickets are selling out fast, in fact we?re on track for another sell-out event. Each year, the industry comes together to create a really amazing night of celebrations and networking, and this year?s award ceremony will be no different. We have a handful of tables left, and urge interested parties to get in touch now to secure their space.?

The winners of this year?s awards will be decided next week at the special judging day.

To secure your ticket for the GIMA Awards please visit http://gima.org.uk/gima-awards/. Tickets for GIMA members are just ?309 + VAT per person, or ?2,899 + VAT for a table of 10, whilst non-members pay ?370 + VAT per person, or ?3,465 + VAT for a table of 10.? Price includes accommodation at the Celtic Manor Resort.

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