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Only three weeks left to enter Cooling Industry Awards

It takes nothing but a few moments of your time to complete the entry form for the RAC industry’s annual celebration of environmental progress

Do you want all the benefits from winning an acclaimed award? The recognition of being the best in class? And, a chance to claim a year’s worth of bragging rights?

Then RAC magazine’s Cooling Industry Awards are just the thing you need. The awards have become the symbol for successful and environmentally friendly cooling in both the industry and wider public arena.

With only three weeks left to enter - the deadline is July 3 - this is the best opportunity to be recognised as a leading company in the industry, particularly in these tough economic times.

Companies with Cooling Industry Award-winning pedigree have gone on to see themselves at a competitive advantage when it comes to securing contracts above others in their field who have not received such an esteemed reward.

This year’s awards will be held on the evening of 30 September, at the London Hilton, Park Lane, with well over 400 of the industry’s key players cheering on winners and finalists.

To find out more about the Cooling Industry Awards visit If you have any questions then put them to Chris Edwards on

The Cooling Industry Awards are also Linkedin.

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