Vote For Your Favourite Trader – Market Awards 2015

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The Melbourne Market Awards are back for the third year and it’s up to you to tell us ‘Who’s your ‘Favourite’ Market Trader’?

All voters go into the draw to WIN 1 of 4 $500 Market Passports*!

We welcome you to vote in every category, although this is not essential. You must vote in at least one category.

Public voting opens on Saturday 5 September 2015 and closes on Sunday 4 October 2015.

Once votes have been collated a ‘Favourite’ from each Market will be announced in each category.

The ‘Favourites’ will be announced on Tuesday 6 October, then judged by an expert panel whose scores will be tallied to reveal Melbourne’s ‘Best’ traders in each category across all four Markets. The ‘Best’ traders will be announced on Sunday 1 November at the exclusive Market Awards ceremony.

Markets of Melbourne are also excited to introduce two brand new categories to the Market Awards 2015. These include Hair and Beauty and to celebrate the Markets’ longest-standing traders, the Veteran Trader category has been established. This award honors those who have dedicated over twenty years of their life to the Markets.

CATEGORIES FOR 2015

  • Poultry and Game
  • Fruit and Vegetables
  • Meat
  • Delicatessen
  • Specialty Food
  • Seafood
  • Coffee
  • General Merchandise
  • Eateries
  • Nursery and Flowers
  • Fashion and Accessories
  • Services
  • Hair and Beauty – NEW!
  • Veteran Trader – NEW!

*Market Passport consists of a $125 voucher per Market. Voters must enter a valid name and email address to go in the draw. 

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE TRADER

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