Even though it is 2017, outfits of the roaring 1920’s will be making a comeback at a special cotton awards night next month.
The night will include a sit-down dinner, drinks and dancing, with attendees invited to dress up in the ‘Gatsby’ theme for the night.
Tickets for the 2017 Australian Cotton Industry Awards Night, are now available.
The annual Awards program recognises excellence and high achievement throughout the cotton supply chain, and concludes every year with an evening ceremony and dinner.
This year’s event will be held in NSW at the Griffith Ex-Servicemen’s Club on Wednesday, July 26 from 6:30 pm.
“As in previous years, the Awards night will be a stylish celebration showcasing the hard work and great achievements of members of our cotton industry,” \Cotton Australia CEO Adam Kay said.
“The main event is the presentation of awards across five categories, and this year’s event will also feature short videos and panel interviews on stage for each category, to give the audience an insight into each of the well-deserving finalists.”
Mr Kay said the Cotton Industry Awards Night is a fantastic way to celebrate the industry, gather with friends old and new, and learn from some of the best people in Australian cotton.
Successful recipients of the 2017 Australian Cotton Industry Awards will be presented with their prizes on the night.
The Awards’ five categories are:
Monsanto Grower of the Year.
AgriRisk High Achiever of the Year.
ADAMA Chris Lehmann Trust Young Cotton Achiever of the Year.
Cotton Seed Distributors Researcher of the Year.
IPF Service to Industry Award.
Tickets are extremely limited, and are expected to sell out extremely quickly.
They are priced at $90 (plus a booking fee) and can be bought online at: www.exies.com.au
For more information on the event, go to: www.australiancottonawards.com.
The Australian Cotton Industry Awards dinner is being held in Griffith concurrently with Cotton Australia’s Cotton Collective and the Cotton Trade Show.
Cotton Australia is the peak representative body for Australia’s cotton growing industry.