Transport Awards 2015 – Save 21st March 2015!

Transport Awards 2015 – Save 21st March 2015!

The 2014 Transport Awards event is still fresh in our minds and we are already preparing for next year’s party, working to raise the bar even higher!

Following this year’s party we received lots of positive feedback so we decided to keep the date unchanged.

We have however changed the venue to the four star St. John’s Hotel in Solihull.

So please make a note in your diary to keep the 21st March 2015 free.

Please keep an eye on the event website (www.transportawards.co.uk) for further information. If you are unsure whether the Awards is for you, take a look at the most memorable moments from the 2014 Awards event HERE.

We will be in touch with upcoming developments!

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