News Prestige Network’s editorial director Edwina McCann today announced premium automotive brand Audi as presenting partner for the 2019 GQ Men of the Year Awards.
Now in its 13th year, the GQ Men of the Year Awards have become a highlight on the Australian awards calendar, recognising and celebrating extraordinary people who have achieved success and continually raise the bar in their chosen field.
McCann said: “We’re delighted to have Audi return for the third consecutive year as presenting partner of the GQ Men of the Year Awards, they have been a wonderful partner for this event.
“With both brands intent on driving progress in their respective sectors, it is a pleasure to align with such a forward thinking and respected brand.
“Together we will take the event to even more prestigious heights.”
Audi Australia chief customer & marketing officer, Nikki Warburton said: “Audi is proud to continue its support of the GQ Men of the Year Awards.
“It’s one of the most prominent celebrations of the diversity of innovation and excellence we have in Australia, and as a brand, we applaud all those who are recognised.”
Warburton added: “We look forward to this year’s event, to share in their inspiring stories.”
The supporting partners for the event were also revealed.
Grey Goose Vodka, Paco Rabanne and Qantas are all returning for the 2019 GQ Men of the Year Awards with Coach New York and R.M.Williams also on board this year.
The 2019 GQ Men of the Year, being held on 28 November, will see the awards handed out at Hyatt Regency Sydney, a new location for the black tie event, where staging of the red carpet arrivals, awards ceremony and after party will be executed on a grand scale for more than 300 guests.
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