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Voting still open for ASGA People's Choice Award at PacPrint

The People's Choice Award – decided by Facebook ‘likes' - gives all HP National Sign & Graphics Awards entrants a second chance at winning and provides an opportunity to have their work showcased across a wider audience.

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faclikeAll entries in the Sign and Graphics Awards have been posted on the ASGA Facebook page.

“Get 'liking' and 'sharing' and get the word out there about the amazing creativity and engineering ingenuity that goes into sign making,” says ASGA. 

The entry with the most 'likes' across all categories will be the People’s Choice. Voting closes at 5pm on 24 June.

Seats are still available for HP 2022 National Sign & Graphics Awards Gala Dinner at PacPrint, with ticket sales closing at 5pm on 21 June.

“We are looking forward to seeing everyone that entered the Awards at the gala presentation dinner which will be held at Aviary Crown, Crown Melbourne on Tuesday, 28 June, 2022,” says ASGA GM Michael Punch. “If you did not enter the Awards in 2022, the dinner is a great opportunity to network with your peers and colleagues and we encourage you to attend.

“Australian stand-up comedian, actor, TV and radio presenter, Dave Thornton will be emceeing the evening and entertaining guests on the night. Dave has appeared regularly on Spicks and Specks, The Project, Hughesy We Have A Problem, co-hosted on Channel Nine’s 20 to 1 and hosted The Beep Test on Fox Footy. Dave has appeared in shows such House Husbands and Upper Middle Bogan and performs regularly as a comedian - performing to sell-out crowds at the Melbourne Comedy Festival show Novel Problems.”

Tickets include a selection of beer, wine and soft drinks during a three course meal and pre-dinner drinks.

Seats are limited. To register for the dinner, click here. 

www.signs.org.au