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Let the nominations commence!

29th May 2008

Let the nominations commence!

Nominations officially open today for the Hawke’s Bay Hospitality Awards to be held on the 28th July at the Hawke’s Bay Opera House.

This is a voting process open only to the Hospitality Industry in Hawke’s Bay (Wairoa to Waipukarau) which allows workers to nominate who they believe is the best in up to 14 different categories.

The nominations are then counted and the top four become finalists in each category where the industry will again vote for the MOST OUTSTANDING in the industry.

Categories include:

 Solemate Safety Solutions Outstanding Chef
 EIT Hawke’s Bay Outstanding Maitre ‘D
 HIS Outstanding Waitperson
 Hospitality Association Outstanding Bartender
 Bay Espresso Outstanding Barista
 Restaurant Association Outstanding Cafe
 Heineken Outstanding Pub
 Grande Gourmet Outstanding Restaurant
 Hawke’s Bay Today Outstanding Supplier
 The Village Press Outstanding Sales Rep
 Hancocks Outstanding Cocktail Maker
 Regal Marlborough Salmon Emerging Chef
 Clearview Estate Best Ambience/style
 Kim Crawford Wines Outstanding Hospitality Personality

Food Hawke’s Bay has been delighted with the response so far particularly from our sponsors who have come on board to support this fantastic event.

Jane Libby General Manager for Food Hawke’s Bay says “an event like this would not be possible without our valued sponsors who have not only come on board to support the event but who believe in the industry and the fantastic people we have in the Hawke’s Bay, it is tremendous to see such enthusiasm so far and we look forward to being further into the voting process to really get the industry talking”

If you are part of the hospitality Industry and need a nominations form or an explanation of how the nomination and voting process works please go to our website www.foodhawkesbay.co.nz to download the information. Finalists will be announced on 30th June at a media launch with the winners being announced at the Awards evening on the 28th July followed by the biggest and best industry after party.


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