LOCAL BUSINESS AWARDS | Judges praise Liverpool City awards finalists

2018: Last year's Business of the Year and Specialised Retail Business, BP Urbanista Cafe & Convenience Store at Chipping Norton. Owner Eddy Nader with staff.

2018: Last year's Business of the Year and Specialised Retail Business, BP Urbanista Cafe & Convenience Store at Chipping Norton. Owner Eddy Nader with staff.

After more than 30 years of running the awards, I know businesses in Liverpool are adaptable and hard-working.

STEVE LOE, Precedent Productions

There are only a few weeks left until the winners of this Liverpool City Local Business Awards are announced at Holiday Inn Warwick Farm, on August 6.

And it's a tight race, Precedent Productions' Steve Loe said.

"Our judges are always impressed by the high standard at Liverpool," he said.

"This year is no exception and our judges have said it's been more difficult than ever to separate contenders and determine category winners."

He said the high quality of the Liverpool finalists came as no surprise. "After more than 30 years of running the awards, I know businesses in Liverpool are adaptable and hard-working.

"They always put their best foot forward and ensure their customers get outstanding products and service.

"While there can only be one winner in each category, as far as I'm concerned every finalist is a winner."

  • Awards partners: Liverpool Council. Major sponsors: Nova Employment, Holiday Inn Warwick Farm, Crossroads Homemaker Centre. Support sponsors: Service NSW, Ramada Hotel & Suites Sydney Cabramatta, Westfield Liverpool, Liverpool Plaza, Casula Mall, The Valley Plaza, Hometown Warwick Farm, Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, South-West Sydney Tourism Taskforce NSW. Media partner: Liverpool Champion.

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