PRWeek Awards deadline looms

Today (Friday) marks the official deadline for entries to the PRWeek Awards 2004.

Late entries in all categories have to be with events manager Cate MacCreadie by the close of business on 7 June. If entries arrive by then, a special amnesty will see late-entry fees waived. Any entry submitted after close of business on Monday will be subject to the £50 late-entry penalty.

There is 24-hour security at PRWeek’s offices to guarantee the integrity of confidential information.

Judging will take place over the summer, overseen by a panel of judges comprising PR consultants, in-house communication chiefs and national newspaper and broadcast journalists.

The overall judging panel will be chaired by Virgin Management director of corporate affairs and brand development Will Whitehorn. The financial PR panel will be overseen by PRWeek and Evening Standard columnist Anthony Hilton.

The event, a glittering black-tie dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, London, will be held on Tuesday 26 October.

Tickets and tables for the awards ceremony are on sale now via prweek.com or can be obtained from Cate MacCreadie on 020 8267 4017.

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