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Fineline Lighting shortlisted for outdoor events award

Event production and hire specialist Fineline Lighting has been shortlisted in the National Outdoor Event Association (NOEA) annual awards in the ‘Event Supplier of the Year – Infrastructure’ category. 


Susan Tanner, CEO of the association, commented that this year saw an increase in the number of overall entries and that the quality of the submissions received was extremely high.

 

The Event Supplier of the Year categories (subdivided into Infrastructure and Services) highlight companies across a diverse range of disciplines which have provided a first-class product and service to their clients in the outdoor events industry. 


Sevim Sangwell, Director of Business Development at Fineline, said: “We’re thrilled to be shortlisted in the ‘Event Supplier of the Year – Infrastructure’ category. This recognition from NOEA reflects the stellar work carried out by Fineline Lighting throughout the past year on outdoor events.”


NOEA was first established in 1979 to promote best practice, consistency and robust business throughout the outdoor events industry and to date has over 500 members covering local authorities, festival and event organisers, universities & students, entertainment agencies, promoters, venues and suppliers of equipment and services. 


This year the 16th annual Convention and Awards Dinner will be held in Bath’s Roman Baths and Pump Rooms venue on 27th November.



Pictured: Director Rob Sangwell.

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