CAT AWARDS 2021: OPEN FOR NOMINATIONS NOW!

CAT Awards 2021: Open for nominations now!

We’re pleased to say that we will be celebrating the best in the industry once again, although this year things are a little different, of course.

This summer we are looking to hear the stories of individuals and companies that have been exceptional throughout the pandemic. We really want to celebrate the people that have delivered exceptional service and kept the aftermarket running during this difficult time.

If you’d like to make a nomination, just drop a note to greg.whitaker@haymarket.com with CAT AWARDS as the subject line. Just let us know in a sentence who you are putting forward, in which category and why.

Our categories this year are as follows: 

  • Factor team of the Year   (Award sponsored by Boswell) 
  • Motor Factor of the Year  (Award sponsored by UFI) 
  • Retailer of the Year
  • Supplier of the Year  
  • Garage Team of the Year  (Award sponsored by Toyota First) 
  • Industry Partner Award
  • Outstanding Achievement Award
  • Rising Stars Award

We’ll hold the Awards ceremony, which is sponsored by Distrigo, online as part of the next CAT Conversations webinar programme which you can sign up for here. The winners will be covered in detail in the printed Summer issue.

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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