Liverpool Business Awards tickets sell fast

Champion cheers: Staff from Casula's Casey College celebrate the Business of the Year Award in the 2015 Liverpool City Local Business Awards.
Champion cheers: Staff from Casula's Casey College celebrate the Business of the Year Award in the 2015 Liverpool City Local Business Awards.

The 2017 Liverpool City Business Awards will be the night of nights for local businesses taking the spotlight.

Hundreds of businesses with gather with tickets already selling fast.

Managing director of Precedent Productions Steve Loe said sponsors have played a big part in the success so far.

“The Liverpool City Local Business Awards is made possible only through the generous support and encouragement from our sponsors,” Mr Loe said.

“This year our sponsors have become more involved than ever in promoting the awards, which has raised community awareness of the program.

“The proof is in the exceptionally high number of nominations received this year.”

Precedent Productions has run the Local Business Awards for more than three decades. Mr Loe said judges were impressed by the high quality of the finalists.

“Liverpool City is incredibly fortunate to be the home of so many dedicated, professional business people,” he said.

“Every finalist in every category is listed, ensuring that the entire community is aware of who is regarded as the ‘best in the business.”

Major sponsors: Nova Employment and Holiday Inn Warwick Farm.

Support sponsors: Liverpool Council, Westfield Liverpool, Liverpool Plaza, Casula Mall, Crossroads Homemaker Centre, Tourism Taskforce South-West Sydney and Liverpool Chamber of Commerce.

The winners of each category will be announced at the presentation evening on July 25. The Liverpool Champion is the awards’ official media partner.

Tickets are limited and can be bought through Precedent Productions. Visit www.thebusinessawards.com.