OFFICE CHOICE TO RECOGNISE THEIR LOCAL HEROES
30 June 2022
New award supports 'Making Local Work' strategy.
Office Choice are proud to announce the creation of The Office Choice Local Heroes Awards that will recognise Office Choice members and employees for their outstanding contribution to their local communities.
There are many selfless people who, through their actions, have positively impacted the lives of others and their community. Whether it be a sponsorship opportunity, charity participation, community involvement, volunteering, or a local award or recognition we want to showcase and recognise how Office Choice members are ‘Making Local Work’.
The “Local Heroes Members Award” is open to all Office Choice Group members and employees making a difference in their local community. The award is based on internal nominations and will be judged by a panel to recognise an Office Choice store or individual employee.
Nominations for the first award close soon and the first winner of the Office Choice Local Heroes Award will be announced at the Office Choice Gala Awards night to be held at the OPIx Industry Expo on the Gold Coast on Saturday 13th August 2022.
The formation of the awards is a key pillar in the continuing “Making Local Work” brand strategy that put the local community at the heart of each local members business. Office Choice remains in business to support local business and the local community.
As the awards grow over the coming years, it is anticipated that it will become a highlight of the annual OPIx Gala Dinner & Awards Night and will see the categories expand to include the “Local Heroes - Community Award” that recognises Office Choice customers as well.
Office Choice National Marketing Manager Cameron Osborne says ”Office Choice are excited to announce the creation of the Local Heroes Awards and to recognise the many selfless acts of our members and employees. We look forward to celebrating and recognising the hard work of many of our members and showcase how Office Choice is supporting our local communities and Making Local Work.”