Support gathers for WOW awards

Planning for the much-anticipated 2013 Women Out West (WOW) Awards is forging ahead, with strong support for this renowned event coming from businesses throughout the Central West, Orana and Far West regions.
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They are showing fantastic recognition of the outstanding women of these regions by coming on board as sponsors for these important awards.

Westfund Health and Dubbo RSL Memorial Club are just two of the new 2013 Award Naming Rights Sponsors, with opportunity for sponsorship still available for interested businesses.

The closing date for nominations for the Women Out West (WOW) Awards is today at 5pm.

Women Out West president Be Mohr urges everyone to make the effort, complete the nomination form, and make your nominee’s day by putting their name forward to be considered for one of the 15 WOW Awards … and the opportunity to be presented with a beautiful winner’s trophy by none other than another outstanding woman – Kerri-Anne Kennerley on September 14 at the Gala Presentation Evening.

Ms Mohr said it was an accepted fact that women just got on doing whatever needed to be done in life, without expecting recognition!

Well the WOW Awards have changed all that!

“We all know a woman (or women) who are dynamos, high-achievers, compassionate, artistic, sporting champions and so much more,” she said.

“These awards are an experience of personal journeys for both those nominated and their nominators.

“The WOW Awards aim to recognise regional women ‘s remarkable achievements which so often go unnoticed.”

You have until 5pm today to get those nominations into Jan Grady 6882 1425.

Just download a nomination form from and fax or email to Jan or call Jan if you need a little more time!

Your nominee may be eligible to be entered in more than one of the Women Out West (WOW) Awards.

Finalists will be announced week commencing August 26.


Kerri-Anne Kennerley is one of Australia’s most iconic media personalities and has been a favourite with Australian television audiences for more than 30 years. Away from the spotlight, Kerri-Anne is a successful businesswoman and tireless charity worker. She has served on the Council for the Order of Australia and was proud to help give honours to great Australians.

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