Guests attending the Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA) awards on 17 March could bag themselves an overnight stay by entering a prize draw.

The four-star Lancaster London Hotel, which will play host to the VMA awards on 17 March.

The winner will receive one night’s accommodation for two at the four-star Lancaster London Hotel on the night of the awards, which are set to take place within the venue.

Anyone booked to attend the event can enter the free draw (except VMA awards sub-committee members and remunerated suppliers) by submitting their details before midnight on 3 March 2017.

Paralympic icon and world record holder Danny Crates is set to host the VMA’s flagship awards which annually attract around 350 guests from the veterinary and animal health sector.

Icing on the cake

VMA chairman Claire Edmunds said winning a night’s stay for two people at the hotel would be the “icing on the cake” for one lucky guest.

She said: “There are 16 awards spanning all aspects of veterinary marketing, including the Young Marketer of the Year. The event is now open for everyone to enter and attend, and entries and table reservations can now be made electronically.”

The deadline for submissions to this year’s awards is 10 February, except the Young Marketer of the Year award, for which nominations closed on 31 January.

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