Due to overwhelming popular demand, the Vuelio Blog Awards are back with a bang in 2017! So imagine our surprise when our lovely friends at Vuelio said they had an invite for Broke Girl in the City as this amazing bloggers award evening!
The annual celebration of top bloggers from the UK and Ireland will this year take place on 24 November at a brand new venue – the Bloomsbury Big Top. Vuelio will take guests on a journey into another world with live entertainment and fine dining accompanying the presentation of 15 awards to the best of the best.
This year’s categories aim to represent as many bloggers as possible, giving everyone a chance of bagging themselves one of 2017’s hottest prizes.
- Arts and Entertainment
- Best Newcomer
- DIY and Interior Design
- Food and Drink
- Health and Fitness
- Men’s Lifestyle
- News and Politics
- PR, Media and Communications
- Travel and Leisure
- Women’s Lifestyle
- Best UK Blog
In order to be in with a chance of winning, and joining giants such as Slummy Single Mummy, London Beauty Queen, Mad About The House and Guido Fawkes, all bloggers must be listed on the Vuelio Media Database.
As well as improving the categories, Vuelio has also increased the number of shortlisted finalists from four to six, ensuring the judging panel has a wider selection when they make their ultimate decision.
Now in its third year, the Vuelio Blog Awards are firmly established as the industry’s most prestigious night. Sponsorship opportunities include award categories, the drinks reception, Twitter Wall and photo booth, with packages to meet every company aim and budget.
Hopefully, Brokegirlinthecity.com will appear next year in this category (you never know!), but here are the main contenders for this year’s Women’s Lifestyle Vuelio Awards! Let us know which one you like before tomorrow night.
Author: Marie Ellis
People say write about what you know. So I did. I founded Broke Girl in the City – a smart girl’s guide to leading a fabulous lifestyle on a budget! A career spanning entertainment, bars & nightclubs (and frequenting them), film, music and TV, there isn’t much I don’t know about how to have fun in the city when completely broke.