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Let Scoot Help Vanilla Circus Ltd Make Headlines

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Scoot Headline Awards 2015

Let Scoot help Vanilla Circus Ltd win a business award!

Hello Sam,
Due to the success of this year’s Scoot Headline Awards 2015, we are launching the awards scheme for British businesses again this year! For those of you who are unaware the Scoot Headline Awards is a free opportunity for businesses to win a trophy, certificate and valuable publicity, helping them make the headlines and attract more customers.
Complete the entry form
Scoot aim to help businesses maximise their potential and we want your business get the publicity and reward that you deserve. We are launching the prestigious business awards campaign for 2016 to recognise the successes and achievements of British businesses, large and small.
As a valued Scoot Member you are entitled to enter the awards absolutely free! 
Find out more about The Scoot Headline Awards and complete the entry form. There will be Gold, Silver and Bronze awards in every category, so you have three chances to win and be invited to collect your prestigious trophy at a glittering presentation ceremony in a top venue.
Important dates for your diary:
- 11th December 2015 Free entries close
- Early January 2016 Judging begins
- April 2016 Presentation ceremony
This years awards were a huge success, one winner who made the headlines (Lee Donald) said, “On the 28th April 2014, I won the bronze Scoot Headline Award for businesses of 1-3 years which I was over the moon about. After working so hard and putting so much effort in, it’s fantastic for it to be recognised. Listening to how all the other people there had overcome obstacles and won their awards was highly inspiring". Click here for more winners stories.
We want to tell everyone about your success stories and help you make the headlines! Simply complete the entry form and tell us your achievements and what you are most proud of?
Is it an increase in turnover?
How you have survived the recession and managed to expand?
How successful your new product launch was?
Whatever it is, we want to hear about it! Remember entry is free for Scoot Members, so why wait?
Good Luck!
Kind Regards,
The Team @ Scoot
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