EEAA cel­e­brates ex­cel­lence

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THE ex­hi­bi­tion and event in­dus­try’s best and bright­est were hon­oured ear­lier this week at the Ex­hi­bi­tion & Event As­so­ci­a­tion of Aus­tralia an­nual gala din­ner which took place at Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf in Sydney.

Al­most 300 guests were in at­ten­dance at the event which was hosted by SBS news pre­sen­ter Jan­ice Petersen.

There were a broad range of en­tries in a va­ri­ety of cat­e­gories, with the win­ners se­lected by 29 in­de­pen­dent vol­un­teer judges.

“It is clear from the judges’ feed­back that our mem­bers have worked very hard to de­liver out­stand­ing re­sults,” said EEAA ceo Joyce DiMas­cio.

“It is this drive to con­stantly ex­cel that we cel­e­brate tonight”.

One of the top ac­co­lades of the night was the Trevor Riddell Award for con­tri­bu­tion to the in­dus­try, which was pre­sented to Jim De­lahunty of Ex­poNet by EEAA pres­i­dent Domenic Genua (pic­tured above).

For more pics and the full list of awards see our Face­book page at face­book.com/BusEvNews.

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