Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 December 2014

Titanic building on course to host awards

Representatives from the Publicity Association of Northern Ireland (PANI) paid a visit to the Titanic Signature Project, which is to host the 12th PANI Awards next year, on April 20.

The awards recognise advertisers in categories ranging across digital, print and broadcast media. Guests at the event will be among the first in Northern Ireland to experience the 1,000-seat ballroom, styled after the first class quarters of the Titanic.

Awards committee chairman, Hugh Black (left), and chairman of PANI, Tony Axon were shown around the site of the Titanic Signature Project by the head of sales and marketing at Titanic Belfast, Claire Bradshaw.

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