Finalists on edge as judges decide business award wins

THERE are only a few weeks until the winners of the Canterbury Bankstown Local Business Awards are announced at a gala presentation at The Highline Venue.

It is a tight race, according to Precedent Productions Managing Director and Awards founder Steve Loe, who said the judges were always impressed by the high standard of finalists.
“This year is no exception and our judges have said it has been more difficult than ever to separate this year’s awards contenders and determine winners in each category,” he said.
Mr Loe said that the high quality of the finalists came as no surprise.
“After more than 30 years of running the Local Business Awards, I know that businesses in the Canterbury Bankstown are adaptable and hard-working,” he said.
“They always put their best foot forward and ensure that their customers receive outstanding products and service.
“That is why it is also unsurprising that the community throws its support behind those businesses both during the awards period and throughout the year.
“While there can only be one winner in each category, as far as I am concerned every finalist is a winner.”
The presentation evening on Tuesday, June 4, will feature wonderful entertainment, “but the real stars of the show are the finalists and winners”.
The Awards are made possible by sponsors, Presenting Partner Commonwealth Bank, major sponsors Canterbury Bankstown Council, Nova Employment, The Highline Venue and Bankstown Central, and support sponsors White Key Marketing and Campsie Centre. “Without their support, this program would simply not be possible,” Mr Loe said.
For more information about the Awards, call Precedent Productions, 8577 5060 or visit