Tough job for judges deciding business best

THE competition for the Cumberland City Local Business Awards has been so tight the judges will have a tough job deciding the winners.

Precedent Productions managing director and Awards founder Steve Loe said judges were extremely impressed by the calibre of this year’s nominees.
“Our judges said it’s going to be very difficult to determine the winners in each category,” he said.
“It’s hardly surprising, given the outstanding quality of businesses in the Cumberland City area.
“With just weeks to go until the gala presentation evening at Wenty Leagues on Tuesday, July 27, our anonymous judges are working hard to visit every nominee.”
Mr Loe said more than three decades of running the Awards had given him insight into how adaptable and hard-working businesspeople and their staff were.
“Their outstanding customer service is why the community continues to support them in good times and bad.
“This year’s event will include fabulous entertainment, wonderful food and, best of all, the chance to recognise and applaud the best of the best.
“As always, Auburn Review will cover the event, with a special feature that lists all the winners as well as pictures from the night.”
Sponsors include platinum partner Cumberland City Council, major partners Wenty Leagues Club, Nova Employment, Stockland Merrylands and Primewest Auburn Megamall, and support partners Dooleys, Auburn Central, Merrylands Chamber of Commerce and White Key Marketing.
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