How to enter the Awards competition
It’s easy to enter the 2016 Canadian Cheese Awards/Le Concours des fromages fins canadiens.
buy phentermine hydrochloride 37.5 First, download Awards Guidelines for Cheese Producers by clicking here. The PDF document explains all you need to know about judging procedures, entry requirements and online registration of entries.
Third, after reviewing the Guidelines, assemble the information you will need for each cheese to be entered.*
Fourth, go to http://tinyurl.com/cheeseawards2016registration to register your entries online.
Fifth, pay the entry fees at https://cheeseawards2016entryfee.eventbrite.ca as instructed at the conclusion of Step 4.
That’s all there is to it!
If you have questions on how to enter or experience problems with the online registration system, please contact the Awards Registrar, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 1.866.865.2628.
ENTRY FEES AND DEADLINES
- $50 for each entry registered with entry fee paid by January 31
- $75 for each entry registered with entry paid between February 1 and February 12.
NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER MIDNIGHT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12.
Entry fees + HST include permission for winners to use the high-resolution digital 2016 winner’s logo to identify award-winning cheeses. The logo will be sent to winners shortly after the Awards Ceremony and Awards Tasting Gala on April 14. A finalist’s logo will be available to finalists shortly after the announcement of finalists on March 1.
You’ll receive shipping instructions once the entry fees have been paid and the entries accepted. You will need to ship cheese to arrive at the judging venue in Guelph, Ontario, on February 16 and and 17. Deliveries on February 17 must arrive by 12 noon.
Finalists will be announced March 1. Results of the competition announced April 14 during an Awards Ceremony in conjunction SIAL Canada: International Food & Beverage Tradeshow at Palaisdes Congrès, Montréal, followed by an Awards Tasting Gala for trade and media, then open the public.
* The required information covers basics like company name, contact information, cheese name, milk used, and so on, but it also includes a brief description of the cheese entered and the date it first went on the market.