Liverpool Hospitality Association is returning to Rum Warehouse at Titanic Hotel Liverpool for its fourth annual Hospitality Awards and Charity Ball on Thursday 24th October. This unique event celebrates the dedication of hardworking employees within the challenging yet highly rewarding hospitality industry, and provides an opportunity for recognition within teams across all levels.
A grand total of 13 prestigious awards will be presented across the evening, with categories that cover a variety of sectors in the industry. These include everything from ‘Young Chef Employee of the Year’ and ‘Sales Revenue Person of the Year’, to ‘Top Team of the Year’ and new for 2019, ‘Food Service’ and ‘Bar Service’, to include restaurants.
Two special recognition awards, the ‘Mayor’s Award’ and a ‘Judges Award’, will be presented on the night with LHA keeping nominees a secret to surprise the well-deserving recipient. The celebration, which will be sponsored by a variety of suppliers including Laurent Perrier, will be a great opportunity for guests to network with their peers whilst raising funds for the chosen charity, Hospitality Action.
Managing Director of World Class Service and the host of the Liverpool Hospitality Association Awards, Tracy Waddacor, comments, “The judging process for finalists has been harder than ever this year, due to the high standard and vast amount of nominations we’ve received. It’s amazing to meet such ambitious, hard-working individuals, and in particular we’d like to congratulate all the industry heroes who were nominated.”
Titanic Hotel and Rum Warehouse General Manager, Brian Connor, commented, “We’re delighted to host these awards once more at the Rum Warehouse. It’s amazing to see Liverpool’s most influential hospitality employees come together and get the recognition they deserve, whilst raising valuable funds for a very deserving charity, Hospitality Action.”
"Were delighted to host these awards once more at the Rum Warehouse, it's amazing to see Liverpool's most influential hospitality employees come together and get the recognition they deserve"
Titanic Hotel GM, Brian Connor
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