Let’s get it together, people! The B&T Awards entry chute is closing for good in just a few days. Well, on-time entries closed last Friday, but we get that you’re
procrastinating busy, so once again we’ve opened up a late entry deadline.
This is your last chance to get your entries in before it’s too late. But don’t freak out – you can still submit a spanking entry before Friday 25 August at 5pm.
Since you’re already a little late to the party, do try and get in before 4:55pm on Friday arvo though. After all, how are you supposed to win an award if you don’t enter on time?
Other positives of entering now instead of super last minute include a heightened sense of self achievement and being able to get to happy hour earlier on Friday because you’re not worried about missing out on your B&T Awards entry.
Entries are $499 a pop plus GST, and there are a ton of categories you can enter in.
The event is set to be an extravaganza with all the finest adland professionals in attendance – and a chance to win one of the most prestigious media industry awards. We’re bringing it back down to Melbourne this year too, with the awards night taking place on Friday 1 December at The Peninsula.
There’ll be an after-party on site (with all the best looking attendees) with a fancy dress theme, and most importantly, it’s a free trip to Melbourne on the boss.
So for an unforgettable night – and unlimited bragging rights if you win – make sure you get your entries in for the 2017 B&T Awards, stat.
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