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Business Awards Finalists Announced

Tue, 26 Oct 2004

Business Awards Finalists Announced

(Dunedin, Otago, 26 October 2004) Sir Robin Gray, Chairman of the Award's Judges, today announced the finalists of the prestigious Westpac Otago Chamber of Commerce Dunedin Business Awards 2004.

The finalists were short listed from a robust number of entrants with over 42 businesses confirmed across 75 categories. Sir Robin Gray reinforced the impressive quality and diversity of Dunedin and Otago entrants. Winners of the Awards will be announced at a special ceremony on Friday, 12 November 2004 at the Dunedin Town Hall, Dunedin.

Finalists of the Westpac Otago Chamber of Commerce Dunedin Business Awards 2004 Category and Company (listed alphabetically)

'Emerging' Mercy Hospital, Quality Yarns New Zealand Ltd, Tagg 'Manufacturing' Small/Medium Aduki Ltd, Rinnon Products Ltd, Taieri Print Ltd 'Manufacturing' Large Hillside Engineering Ltd, Fisher & Paykel Appliances Ltd, Oceana Gold Ltd 'Service' Small/Medium Contrak Services NZ Ltd, Fortress Information Systems Ltd, Mortgage Choice NZ Ltd 'Service' Large The Breen Construction Company Ltd, Greenslades, Presbyterian Support Otago 'Tourism' Small/Medium Classic Jaguar Limousines, Elm Wildlife Tours, Monarch Wildlife Cruises Ltd 'Tourism' Large Larnach Castle, Otago Museum 'Retail' Small/Medium Aduki Ltd, Mark Laughton Motors, Tagg 'Retail' Large Arthur Barnett Ltd, Southern Hospitality Ltd 'Innovation' The Big Picture Ltd, Fisher & Paykel Appliances Ltd, Fortress Information Systems 'Export' Fisher & Paykel Appliances Ltd, Oceana Gold, Wenita Forest Products Ltd 'Thinksafe Workplace Safety' Small/Medium Amalgamated Builders Ltd, The Breen Construction Company Ltd, Wenita Forest Product Ltd Large Fisher & Paykel Appliances Ltd, Shotover Jet Ltd, Otago District Health Board 'Supreme Business of the Year' Finalists and winner will be announced at the Awards

Tickets to the Westpac Otago Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards 2004 Awards ceremony are selling fast. To book a table of 10 or individual seats for this special ceremony and dinner, contact Sarah Anson, Otago Chamber of Commerce, at (03) 479 0181.


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