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New vigour for Clarence Valley Business Excellence Awards

Awards committee chair Sandy Stewart.
Awards committee chair Sandy Stewart. Adam Hourigan

THE 2013 Clarence Valley Business Excellence Awards will proceed, thanks to renewed interest from business community members who attended a planning meeting earlier this month.

Awards committee chair Sandy Stewart said that due to the number of people volunteering to take on roles, the committee decided to proceed with staging the 2013 Awards.

"The committee is excited about launching a new awards entry format in 2013 and staging another glittering gala Awards presentation dinner to be held in Yamba," said Ms Stewart.

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