Business Awards – Public Vote!

Would you like to have a say in who wins the Ballymena Business Excellence Awards 2016 BEST SMALL EATERY/COFFEE SHOP?

Once again this year, Ballymena Borough Chamber of Commerce and Industry is opening the judging to the public vote.  It is now up to the public to vote by text for their favourite small eatery/coffee shop.

Ballymena Borough Chamber of Commerce and Industry has organised the awards annually and this is the 14th year.  The principal sponsor is Mid and East Antrim Borough Council and the other sponsors are Autoline Insurance Group, Ballymena Business Centre, Bank of Ireland, Black Advertising, Danske Bank, Diamond Recruitment, Fairhill Shopping Centre, firmus energy, First Trust Bank, Grafton Recruitment, JTI, Michelin Tyre PLC, Millside Restaurant Gracehill, Northern Regional College, Power NI, Riada Resourcing, RiverRidge Recycling, Robinson’s of Ballymena and Ulster Bank.

To have your say in who wins the Best Small Eatery/Coffee Shop simply text the keyword “SMEAT” to 88802 followed by a space and the number of your preferred entry. You will receive a confirmation text message for each of your valid votes. If you do not receive a confirmation text message then your vote has not been registered.

Chocoa Couture Chocolate House – SMEAT 1

Classic Cuisine – SMEAT 2

Creative Gardens Galgorm – SMEAT 3

Middletown Coffee Co – SMEAT 4

Subway- Fairhill Shopping Centre – SMEAT 5

Nobel Cafe – SMEAT 6

Red Brick Coffee House – SMEAT 7

Subway – Ballymoney Street – SMEAT 8

The Corner Bakery – SMEAT 9

The Sweet Spot – SMEAT 10

The voting period is from Tuesday 6th to Saturday 17th September 2016.  Standard text messaging rates apply. If you text your vote outside of the voting period, your vote will not be counted but standard text messaging rates will apply.  You can vote by text message as often as you like within the voting period however Insight Mystery Shopping will have in place monitoring procedures designed to prevent individuals influencing the outcome of the voting through the use of any device, process or mechanism to automate votes.

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