The inaugural Tony Awards hailed a great success!

Global Infusion Group’s inaugural Tony Awards were held on Friday 21st May to great success. Our entire team attended alongside members of the Laurenson family and a whole host of highly valued partners, suppliers, clients and friends from across the industry. It was a fantastic evening of celebration and remembrance.

The extremely deserving awards winners were:

The Kettle Award – For best cup of tea – Lexie Goss

The Night Owl – For most likely to have a late night – Dave Udale

The Duct Tape Award – For being able to fix almost anything – Russ Duxbury

The Loch Ness Award – For least likely to be found – Jordan Stainer

The Champagne Award – For most sparkly personality –  Izzie Godson

The Mr Bump Award – For most accident prone – Vitor Barata

The High School Musical Award – For most likely to break into song – Shona Butler

The First Responder Award – For always being ready to go when needed – Katy Turner

The Carpe Diem Award – For making the most of every day – Natalie Gromnicka

The Office Parent Award – For looking after us all – Sharon Malone

The White Rabbit Award – For best at being late – Tamara Fitzpatrick

The Service Award – To recognise exceptional service at work – Anka & Ivan Pavicic

Rockstar Awards – Fran Butler and Harry Piggot

We’d like to say a huge thank you to all our sponsors: <a href=””>Off to Work</a>, Eventive Media Limited, <a href=””>Creative Technology</a>, <a href=””>Camden Town Brewery</a>, <a href=””>The Cocktail Broker</a>, <a href=””>Sherrards Solicitors</a>, <a href=””>ES Global</a>, <a href=””>Barnes Roffe</a>, <a href=””>NoNonsense</a>, <a href=””>KLS Services</a>, <a href=””>Ascot Structures</a>, the Laurenson Family and Coldplay.

Alongside the ceremony was a formal presentation to Stagehand, the PSA’s Welfare & Benevolent Fund, for the ‘Donations not Carnations’ JustGiving page that was set up for those who wanted to send tributes to Tony. A final flurry of donations meant that the cheque presented on the evening was for an incredible £24,262. The amount raised has since increased to £25,032.55.

The evening culminated in a surprise announcement. Having received permission from the local council, the previously named Samian Way on Symmetry Park in Aston Clifton, where Global Infusion Group’s purpose-built headquarters is situated, will be renamed Laurenson Way. The new street sign was unveiled to great applause and is the perfect way to commemorate Tony’s legacy.


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