Shortlist unveiled for the second CitNOW video awards

Time 9:03 am, June 16, 2016

CitNOW, the UK’s foremost expert on automotive video technology, has unveiled the shortlist for the second CitNOW Video Awards which will take place on July 13 at 195 Piccadilly, the home of Bafta.

The shortlist of CitNOW videos has been created from hundreds of entries received from leading bodyshops  and dealer groups in the UK and abroad.

Many dealers submitted multiple videos, reflecting the significant uptake and diverse use of CitNOW in dealerships, workshops and bodyshops.

JCT600 and Jardine Motors (Lancaster) were both successfully shortlisted for multiple awards, with nominations in three categories.

A judging panel of automotive experts, including CitNOW Chairman and Founder Andrew Howells, will select the winners in seven categories:

  • Best CitNOW workshop video
  • Best CitNOW sales video
  • Best CitNOW bodyshop video
  • Best CitNOW web video
  • Best overseas CitNOW video
  • Most creative use of CitNOW video
  • Best overall CitNOW video.

Andrew Howells, Chairman and Founder of CitNOW, said: ‘We are delighted with the high standard of entries received. Good luck to all the finalists and congratulations for being shortlisted.

‘The judges have been impressed with the hundreds of entries that have been whittled down to create this year’s shortlist.

‘It represents the creativity and diligence of the entrants and is a testament to the increasing employment of CitNOW video technology in the automotive industry, and the opportunities and benefits it offers.’

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