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Fleet managers urged to make nominations for ACFO Awards ahead of deadline

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ACFO members have until Friday, September 11, to nominate initiatives, suppliers and vehicles for the organisation's awards.

Nominations have already been pouring in, but those members that have yet to put forward the ‘best in the business’ are urged to do so via the ACFO website at www.acfo.org/awards.

Furthermore, ACFO is also urging members, motor manufacturers and fleet industry suppliers to book tables for the prestigious 2015 annual awards dinner, which will take place on Wednesday, November 18.

Once again the awards ceremony, which is traditionally attended by almost 300 people is being held at the St John’s Hotel, Warwick Road, Solihull, Birmingham.

The ACFO Awards are being held for the 32nd year and they see members initially nominate who they consider to be the best across seven categories:

  • Fleet service company of the year
  • Environmental initiative of the year
  • Fleet safety initiative of the year
  • Green vehicle of the year
  • Small van of the year
  • Large van of the year
  • Fleet car of the year

Once the nominations list has been compiled, ACFO members will then be asked to vote for their winner in each of the categories.

John Pryor, chairman of ACFO, said: “The countdown to the nomination deadline is underway and we would like all members to put forward the ‘best in breed’ from their experiences in the last year.

“We already have many interesting and varied nominations, but would like any members yet to make their decisions to do so in the next few days.

“Once nominations close, all members will be able to vote for their best initiative, supplier and vehicle across the various categories."

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