VOTE NOW: Channel Choice voting closes today
- 27 August, 2012 08:34
Don't let your channel favourite miss out by just one vote - vote now for your Channel Choice. Your vote could be the difference between winning and losing.
Voting for the very popular Channel Choice Awards closes at midnight so NOW is the time to ensure your channel favourite is in the running.
Much like the popular-vote TV Week Logie Awards, ARN’s online-only, people’s choice awards give ARN readers a chance to choose their favourite vendor, distributor, reseller or retailer over the past 12 months.
The winners of the three Channel Choice category awards will be those organisations with the most votes through ARN’s online poll.
Please note: Only one vote per category per IP address will be accepted.
So get your vote in for this year's categories: Vendor of the Year; Distributor of the Year; Reseller of the Year
If you have any questions or problems regarding the Awards, please call Senior Editor, Rimin Dutt, on (02) 9902 2762 or email email@example.com.
The 2012 ARN IT Industry Awards will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Sydney on September 19.
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