Genelec, Røde sponsoring APRS fellowship awards lunch

The two audio brands – both of which are distributed in the UK by HHB Communications division Source Distribution – will support this year’s APRS Sound Fellowship Awards lunch.
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The two audio brands – both of which are distributed in the UK by HHB Communications division Source Distribution – will support this year’s APRS Sound Fellowship Awards lunch.

The latest instalment of the annual event will take place on 22 November at the Roof Gardens in Kensington, London.

HHB MD Ian Jones and group sales director Steve Angel had both attended the event on a number of occasions. Remarked Jones: “The APRS has really done a great job for the industry and we are proud to associate these leading brands with their Fellowship Awards Lunch, which has become one of the most enjoyable occasions in the end-of-year celebrations.”

APRS executive director Peter Filleul explained that the trade body is keen to develop the event without losing its ‘boutique’ character. “We are not looking to expand into a massive, multi-table, rubber-chicken affair that gathers enormous public attention,” he said. “The recording business is a private world where client discretion is key – so our annual celebration should keep its family flavour.”

Support and promotion packages start from £500, which include website visibility and link exchanges, printed matter and A/V presentation presence, and pro-rated free tickets.

Full details on how to book tickets will be available soon at www.aprs.co.uk.

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