Nominations have opened for the National Pawnbrokers Association (NPA) Awards 2016.
The winners will be unveiled at a black tie awards dinner, to be held at the Victoria Plaza Hotel in central London. The awards night will also feature the television comic, Dr. Phil Hammond.
National Pawnbrokers Association chief executive, Ray Perry, said: “I am delighted to announce the opening of nominations for the 2016 National Pawnbrokers Association awards”.
“We are seeking nominations to find the very best of the best for several categories which are: employee of the year, best store of the year, community contribution of the year and best employer of the year.
“Year-on-year the competition for these awards has become more intense as the quality of entries has consistently impressed the judging panel.
“This year, I can confirm the judging panel will comprise of Assay Master at Birmingham Assay Office, Stella Layton, the editor of the Pawnbroker magazine, Peter Roper and my successor – from June – as chief executive of the NPA, Stu McInroy. May I wish all nominees the very best of luck.”
Nominations should be sent by 29 July 2016. To find out more about the awards, contact Sonia Sahota at the NPA on firstname.lastname@example.org.