Aylesbury-based catering company wins national award
Aston Clinton-based Eat to the Beat has been crowned Favorite Restaurant Company 2022 at this year’s TPi Awards.
Representatives of the Bucks-based catering company attended a glittering event at London’s Battersea Evolution.
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In total, over 1,200 people attended the event which saw 30 prizes awarded during the evening.
Eat to the Beat has had great success at the annual live production industry awards, so much so that the company was inducted into its Hall of Fame in 2015.
The TPI Awards aim to recognize people from all corners of the live music industry and the wider event production community.
It is considered a chance to recognize successful individuals and service companies in the industry.
Mary Shelley-Smith, Director of Global Operations for Eat to the Beat, said: “It was fantastic to win the Favorite Catering Company award upon his return and to regain our title.
“This has always been a team favorite and it’s especially special as the winners are selected via industry voting.
“It says a lot about the food and service we deliver and recognizes the hard work of every member of the team.”
Eat to the Beat specializes in catering support for major musical artists.
Previous clients include: the Eagles and Coldplay, while the team have also moved to internationally renowned festivals such as Glastonbury and the Isle of Wight.
Eat to the Beat also provided food for film and television sets.
Global Infusion Group is the largest company of which Eat to the Beat is a part.
Global Infusion Group CEO Bonnie May added: “The past few years have been incredibly difficult for the industry and we have faced more challenges than most with the sudden loss of our founder Tony Laurenson in January 2020.
“We are committed to ‘rolling on…’, working hard and continuing to carry on his legacy.
“Winning favorite catering company at the TPi Awards has always been very important to him and I know he would be very proud of what the team has achieved.”