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Support your favourite venue in People’s Choice Awards

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Nottingham’s leading leisure and entertainment complex, The Cornerhouse is calling on its visitors to come out and support their favourite venues in its annual People’s Choice Awards.

By completing a voting form, which can be accessed via The Cornerhouse website and its social media channels, customers will be entered into a draw to win a range of prizes from the venues including cinema tickets and meals.

The award categories for 2016 include Favourite Family Venue, Best Value for Money Venue and Best Customer Service.

Suzanne Green, centre manager at The Cornerhouse explains the importance of the awards and how the feedback will be used to improve the complex’s offering:

“Following a successful year for The Cornerhouse and its tenants we are keen to recognise the hard work of all members of staff, as well as providing some vital feedback to help the venues grow their businesses and improve customer experiences.

“There is always a bit of friendly rivalry between the different venues, particularly in the battle for Best Overall Venue, and this year’s People’s Choice Awards will be no different. Cineworld will be looking to secure a third straight win in the blue ribbon category and it will be interesting to see if new venues such as Fun Station will be able to shake up the various awards categories!”

Customers are able to access the voting form via The Cornerhouse website and its Facebook and Twitter pages, with entries closing on Friday 29th January. The winners will be announced at a ceremony on Thursday 4th February.

For more information about The Cornerhouse People’s Choice Awards visit www.cornerhousenottingham.co.uk

Posted on 13 January 2016

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