Great British Pub Awards

The Great British Pub Awards 2014

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Get ready to party at this year's Great British Pub Awards, Celebrate at the industry night of the year!

The awards will take place on Thursday, 11 September at London's Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, where the winners in 17 categories will be revealed.

Recognised as the one to win by licensees, the awards recognise pubs in 17 different categories battling it out to be crowned this years Great British Pub of the Year 2014 

To celebrate the best in the industy the awards will be taking on an exciting sports theme, with guest host and after parrty until 2am!

Click here to book your place today Alternatively contact Joanne Horton on 01293 610403 or joanne.horton@wrbm.com 

Last years winner Tom Gee of the Red Lion in Cricklade explains what the award has done for him!

"Nothing can make you feel better than winning the award. From a personal point of view and a team point of view it is amazing. In this business you have to take your boosts as much as you can and it is fantastic to have your progress recognised when you and your team work extremely hard. From a marketing point of view the award has been extremely helpful and our win has undoubtedly helped us grow sales again this year and recruit staff who want to work at an award winning business. I would definitely recommend entering to other licensees. The benefits are fantastic."

Tom Gee, winner of Best Freehouse and overall title of Great British Pub of the Year 2013

 


 

Another previous winner, Anton Piotrowski, chef/owner of the Treby Arms, Sparkwell, Devon which won  Best Food Pub 2013 says:

"This is a well-respected industry accolade which is amazing for your staff and your business. The application process makes you look at the bigger picture, not just the quality of the food you offer. The event itself provided a good networking opportunity whilst the award has boosted takings. There was a lot of local press coverage surrounding our win, which has brought more people through the door, and, consequently, trade has increased by 15%."

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