Chris Hollins to host APM Awards 2012

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Posted by APM on 1st Aug 2012

Chris HollinsThe APM Awards evening on 1st November is set to be a night to remember as it falls during APMs 40th anniversary year. This years awards will be hosted by presenter Chris Hollins (pictured right). Chris, originally best known as BBC Breakfast sports correspondent and now covering the London 2012 Olympics, became a firm viewers favourite on Strictly Come Dancing. He has since extended his repertoire to Watchdog.

Hollins, has also played cricket for Oxford and football for Charlton and QPR, but he couldnt match the success of his father and uncle: who have both played for England.

He is an ambassador for Gold Challenge, part of the legacy programme for London 2012. Participants of the challenge take on five or more Olympic or Paralympic sports to raise money for their own charities.

Chris will follow, Angela Rippon, Bill Turnbull, Adrian Chiles and Andrew Castle in hosting the most prestigious event in the professions calendar. The spectacular London setting of Riverbank Park Plaza  makes for an entertaining evening of celebration, so to ensure you are a part of the best night of the year, book your place today.

How to book

Date: Thursday 1st November 2012
Venue: The Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, London

APM memberPer individual member

210

Tables of 10 booked by a member

2100

 

Non memberPer individual non member

220

Tables of 10 booked by a non member

2200









Don't miss out, book your place today. If you book a table, we will contact you by email for the names and dietary requirements of all your guests.
You can also book by phone, by calling 0845 458 1944 with your details.

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