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Fleet News Awards: an appeal from Stephen Briers

Fleet News Awards trophies on a table

If you’re reading this and you’re a professional running a fleet of vehicles, I would like to encourage you to enter the Fleet News Awards 2019. 

Categories conceived with you in mind are:

Fleet of the year (up to 1,000 vehicles) 

Fleet of the year (more than 1,000 vehicles) 

The Safe Fleet award

Best travel and mobility initiative

Ultra Low Emission Fleet.

You have until November 23 to submit your entry via our awards website and be in with a chance of winning one of our coveted trophies.

The benefits of being part of the Fleet News Awards

There are numerous benefits to being an awards finalist, according to independent research. Being a finalist can:

  • help your company to win business
  • improve staff loyalty and motivation
  • improve your business reputation. 

In addition, you will get an exclusive invitation to our awards evening on March 20 at the Grosvenor Hotel, with dinner and accommodation, giving you the chance to network with other leading fleets and the rest of the fleet industry.

The link below takes you to the awards site and a list of categories. Register and begin your awards' journey. 

To enter, there are four simple stages to complete: register, select the category in which you wish to enter, enter the company details, complete your submission and add any supporting attachments if applicable. 

I look forward to receiving your response.

If you are unsure about any stage of the process or want more advice about the awards please get in touch

Kind regards,

Stephen Briers
Editor in Chief, Fleet News

 

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