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Monday October 3 2016

Manchester Event Company, TLC, Wins Best Business Show TV Award

Event management company, the Taylor Lynn Corporation (TLC), triumphed at last week's National Reality Television awards, winning the Best Business Show Category for the Millionaire Party Planner.

Manchester Event Company, TLC, Wins Best Business Show TV Award

‘Millionaire Party Planner’ was a one-hour ‘fly-on-the-wall’ programme which aired on Channel 4 last December and provided a unique insight into how this successful company creates and produces its events.  Viewers met managing director Liz Taylor, members of the TLC team and her army of high-end suppliers, who all helped to create a stylish house party in Cheshire, a BarMitvah in Manchester and a sensational fundraising event in Southport for the Marina Dalglish Appeal during the programme.


The ‘Best Business Show’ category award was highly contested with Dragon’s Den, Secret Dealers, Million Pound Jewellers, Storage Hunters and Young&Minted: Broker Boys amongst nominees, however Liz Taylor and the documentary makers, Endemol Shine, beat off all competition to win the coveted title.


Commenting on the award Liz said: “I am thrilled!  I loved being involved with the making of ‘Millionaire Party Planner’, a show which showcased just how much work goes into organising our spectacular events.  The meticulous planning, creativity, drama, laughter, patience, attention to detail, dogged determination and plenty of fun - all key ingredients in creating a TLC party.  I am delighted that my production company, Endemol Shine, and Channel 4 were able to bring that to life, and into the living rooms of Britain”.


She added: ”It’s wonderful to be recognised by the TV industry for all the work that went into making ‘Millionaire Party Planner’ and a huge thanks goes to everyone involved in the programme and of course to the viewers, who watched and voted for us.”

"I am thrilled! I loved being involved with the making of Millionaire Party Planner, a show which showcased just how much work goes into organising our spectacular events"
Liz Taylor, MD of the Taylor Lynn Corporation

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