2021 TYRE INDUSTRY AWARDS ‘WILL DEFINITELY GO AHEAD’

The next edition of the Tyre Industry Awards will happen in physical form at the ICC later this year, according to NTDA Chief Exec Stefan Hay.

The evening event will take place on Thursday 7th October 2021, following the daytime Tyre Industry Conference. Award categories are open for NTDA and TRA members now.

Stephan Hay at 2019 NTDA Conference

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The NTDA’s Chief Executive Stefan Hay said: “We have already had many table bookings for the Annual Dinner and Awards and we’ve had a very positive virtual follow-up meeting, with the ICC Head of Events and her team. The good news is, the guidance still supports us being able to hold an event, but clearly this will be in line with whatever social distancing and safety restrictions apply at the time, including, unfortunately, a possible need to limit guest numbers this year.

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Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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