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What will you be wearing to this year's IoIC Scotland Awards night? There's a Great Gatsby theme to the event, so attendees are being urged to give their outfit a 1920s twist.

The glittering black tie event will take place at Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel on Friday March 4.

Book your table today

IoIC member dinner single seat - £105.00

Non-member dinner single seat - £135.00

IoIC member dinner table - £995.00

Non-member dinner table - £1,245.00

 

For tickets and further information, please email [email protected]

Drinks pre-order forms are available, please ask while booking your tickets. The pre-order forms should be sent directly to [email protected] at Glasgow Central Hotel.   

"The nominated Charity for this year's awards is Seamab, and we'd like to raise as much money as possible to help with their great work," says IoIC regional director for Scotland, Alistair Scott. "If you can offer anything as a raffle prize we'd be most grateful – do contact me if you would like to.  

"Look forward to seeing you on the night!"

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