Diamond Award 2020 TCWEP

April Awards Gala, American Swedish Institute Castle, 04/08/20

American Swedish Institute 2600 Park Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55407
Wednesday, April 8th, 2020 | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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Nomination Details

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We have 6 total award nominations this year:
Mountain Mover Award, Rising Star Award, Diamond Award, Best Catering, Best Venue, Member of the Year.
You can nominate three people for each award.

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Six Award Categories

1. Mountain Mover Award

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Criteria: Consistently impacts the successful outcome of events. A pivotal team member who goes above-and-beyond, making it all happen.

2. Rising Star Award

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Criteria: Person or Business that’s grown with networking. A referral partner, they make an effort to really understand and know other’s businesses and refer business back-and-forth. They are really starting to shine in the event’s industry.

3. Diamond Award

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Criteria: Has the industry “it” factor.  They get it, they show it, they share it, they are it! The crème de la crème.

4. Best Caterer in the Twin Cities

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Criteria: TCWEP Member, or sponsored a TCWEP event in the past year. (Not a member yet? Join Today)

5. Best Venue in the Twin Cities

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Criteria: TCWEP Member, or sponsored a TCWEP event in the past year (Not a member yet? Join Today)

6. Member of the Year

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Criteria: TCWEP member, see current list of members (Not a member yet? Join Today)

Event Sponsorships Available

Diamond Sponsor, Awards Sponsor, Champagne and Elite Sponsor. Each with specific perks and more.

American Swedish Institute

The American Swedish Institute will be hosting us in their castle nestled at 2600 Park Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55407.

For those of you who haven’t been their yet, not only is it a wonderful museum, there’s also the Fika Cafe featuring food by chef Blake Meier.

Founded in 1929 by Swan J. Turnblad, this castle serves as a combination historic house/museum that features exhibits and programs of the Swedish culture.

We are thrilled to be at this stunning property. Stay tuned for more details, and the menu…