Buckinghamshire based CEO finalist in three categories at prestigious national awards
Global Infusion Group’s CEO; Bonnie May has been shortlisted in three categories at a prestigious national awards
25th May 2021
Global Infusion Group’s inaugural Tony Awards were held on Friday 21st May to great success. Our entire team attended alongside members of the Laurenson family and a whole host of highly valued partners, suppliers, clients and friends from across the industry. It was a fantastic evening of celebration and remembrance.
The extremely deserving awards winners were:
The Kettle Award – For best cup of tea – Lexie Goss
The Night Owl – For most likely to have a late night – Dave Udale
The Duct Tape Award – For being able to fix almost anything – Russ Duxbury
The Loch Ness Award – For least likely to be found – Jordan Stainer
The Champagne Award – For most sparkly personality – Izzie Godson
The Mr Bump Award – For most accident prone – Vitor Barata
The High School Musical Award – For most likely to break into song – Shona Butler
The First Responder Award – For always being ready to go when needed – Katy Turner
The Carpe Diem Award – For making the most of every day – Natalie Gromnicka
The Office Parent Award – For looking after us all – Sharon Malone
The White Rabbit Award – For best at being late – Tamara Fitzpatrick
The Service Award – To recognise exceptional service at work – Anka & Ivan Pavicic
Rockstar Awards – Fran Butler and Harry Piggot
We’d like to say a huge thank you to all our sponsors: Off to Work, Eventive Media Limited, Creative Technology, Camden Town Brewery, The Cocktail Broker, Sherrards Solicitors, ES Global, Barnes Roffe, NoNonsense, KLS Services, Ascot Structures, the Laurenson Family and Coldplay.
Alongside the ceremony was a formal presentation to Stagehand, the PSA’s Welfare & Benevolent Fund, for the ‘Donations not Carnations’ JustGiving page that was set up for those who wanted to send tributes to Tony. A final flurry of donations meant that the cheque presented on the evening was for an incredible £24,262. The amount raised has since increased to £25,032.55.
The evening culminated in a surprise announcement. Having received permission from the local council, the previously named Samian Way on Symmetry Park in Aston Clifton, where Global Infusion Group’s purpose-built headquarters is situated, will be renamed Laurenson Way. The new street sign was unveiled to great applause and is the perfect way to commemorate Tony’s legacy.
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