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VIDEO:Enter your business OR nominate your favourite business

Friday, 14th February, 2014 12:13pm
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VIDEO:Enter your business OR nominate your favourite business
VIDEO:Enter your business OR nominate your favourite business

Now in its fourth year, the Meath Style Awards was officially launched on Tuesday the 28th of January at the Headfort Arms Hotel. Following on from the success of previous years the glamorous awards ceremony will take place on Friday, April 4th, at the Headfort Arms Hotel in Kells.

There are 9 categories for businesses to choose from

Fashion Boutique

Fashion Accessories


Hair Salon

Social Media

Beauty/ Day Spa


New Business

Men's Fashion & Grooming (NEW)


Why should businesses enter this years Meath Style Awards?

• Publicity and recognition of achievement throughout the county

• Category runners-up receive framed certificate

• Category winners receive framed certificate and a full page advert with Inspire magazine

• Overall winner receives bespoke award and a double page spread with Inspire magazine

• Winners also receive the accolade of being judged the best of the best in their field in the county

• Short-listed category finalists will get tickets to Style Awards in The Headfort Arms Hotel


Terms & Conditions

• Businesses can enter themselves or be nominated by customers

• Businesses can enter more than one category

• Decisions by the judging panel is fi nal

Complete the online entry form here and select either ‘Enter a Business’ or ‘Nominate a Business’ below

We compiled this video to give you some inspiration to enter this year

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