New format for the 2018 Chesterfield Retail Awards
Chesterfield’s popular Retail Awards have stepped up a gear in 2018.
For the first time, this year’s awards will be hosted as a glittering black-tie ceremony at the Winding Wheel. In previous years the awards have been presented at an afternoon tea.
Up to 200 store owners, retail workers and key figures from the business community are expected to attend the ceremony which is now in its fifth year.
Businesses can also take part in the prestigious event by sponsoring one of the 15 categories. New to this year’s ceremony will be the chance to commend the work of developing retail workers and employers of apprentices in the Apprentice of the Year and Apprentice Employer of the Year categories.
Commenting on the change of format, Dom Stevens Destination Chesterfield Manager said: “Becoming a sponsor is an excellent opportunity to get involved with the town’s developing retail scene.
“The awards have grown more popular year on year and the clear message is that local businesses are keen for Destination Chesterfield to further promote the quality and diversity of retailers across the town to attract further inward investment.
“With so many developments underway and so many new retailers arriving in Chesterfield, now is an excellent time to raise the profile of the Chesterfield Retail Awards further and we are pleased to be able to host the fifth event as a black-tie ceremony.”
Supporters of the 2018 Chesterfield Retail Awards so far include: Apprentice Town, Chesterfield Borough Council, Chesterfield College Group, Derbyshire Times, East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire), Jumble Creative Design, Peak FM, Temple Safety and The Pavements Shopping Centre.
Information about the various sponsorship packages are available at www.chesterfield.co.uk/retailawards or contact Tara Underhill, Senior Destination Chesterfield Coordinator, by emailing Tara.firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01246 207207.
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