This year’s awards ceremony will be held at the prestigious NGV International (National Gallery of Victoria) Melbourne on 4 December. The venue is managed by EEAA Member, Peter Rowland Catering.
FABframe is a leading supplier of premium fabric signage which allows outstanding flexibility and quality for companies looking for high impact branding and imagery at exhibitions and events.
The partnership was announced by EEAA general manager, Joyce DiMascio and Rod Peter, general manager, FABframe.
“We are pleased that FABframe, which is a highly respected supplier in our industry, has committed to the EEAA Awards for Excellence. It is a good fit with the Association to have key partners supporting the event which showcases industry best practice.” DiMascio said.
“Our awards are going from strength to strength and so too is our partnership with FABframe – last year the company sponsored the EEAA annual conference and this year it has committed to a two year Major Partnership for the Awards for Excellence. We are delighted that FABframe has recognised that our events are fitting platforms for showcasing their brand to the industry.”
Rod Peter from FABframe said that the company was also pleased to be a major partner of the EEAA 2012 Awards for Excellence and believed that it was a great partnership.
“We’re fully supportive of pushing the boundaries at exhibitions and events to create something spectacular. We look forward to a long, mutually beneficial relationship with EEAA.”
He says that FABframe is a leading the fabric signage revolution and its versatility is ensuring its presence at major events and exhibitions across the country. With lightweight aluminium frames, rich vibrant fabric prints and innovative LED Light Boxes, FABframe lends itself to any situation and is a definite attention grabber.
The awards recognise outstanding merit and leadership within the industry and provide an opportunity for members to showcase their innovation, performance and success. Open to venues, suppliers and organisers, entries are be judged by a panel of independent industry experts.
EEAA general manager Joyce DiMascio said the finalists for 2012 would be announced week commencing 5 November 2012.
“The number of entries continues to rise which shows a healthy engagement between the industry and the association. This is very heartening as we have sought to refine the criteria in order to keep the awards up-to-date and reflecting the evolving nature of our industry,” said DiMascio.
DiMascio said the Awards presentation would also be a celebration of the Association’s 20 years and so it was very exciting to have FABframe as a new Major Partner for the event.