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Nominations Open For The Shelby Report ‘Women Of Influence’ Program

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The Shelby-Griffin Report is seeking nominations of female trendsetters for “Women of Influence in the Food Industry,” a recognition program.

The Shelby-Griffin Report will highlight each honoree in a special editorial spotlight in the Women of Influence in the Food Industry feature in all five May regional editions.

To qualify for inclusion, a woman must possess a superior level of dedication and professionalism in the industry. She exhibits tenacity and has exemplary leadership skills, which may be seen in her job performance or through charity, philanthropic or civic work.

The women selected for the honor play a significant role in the continued success of the companies they work for and for the contributions they make to the industry.

Nominations may be made for up to three women working in the food industry who deserve to be included.

The Women of Influence in the Food Industry Program is open to retailers, wholesalers/distributors, trade associations, suppliers, solutions providers and sales and marketing agencies.

Each woman selected will be featured in an editorial cameo in the “Women of Influence in the Food Industry” section.

There is no cost to nominate someone for the “Women of Influence in the Food Industry” program.

Nominations must be submitted via the official online entry form, which can be accessed here.

The deadline to submit nominations is March 21.

To see an example of the special section in the April 2021 edition of The Shelby Report of the Midwest, click here.

If you have any questions regarding this program in The Shelby-Griffin Report, email President and Publisher Stephanie Reid at [email protected]

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