Lisa Morgan, a motor vehicle lecturer from Liverpool, has been named alongside five other finalists for UK Worker of the Year.
Others include Harry Timms, a tree surgeon from Andover; Paul Middleton, a railway engineer from Saltburn by the Sea; Katie Washbourne, a homicide case worker from Birmingham; Rebecca Rowlands, a builder from Chapel-en-le-Frith and John Walsh, a gymnastics coach and builder from Bolton.
Hosted by workwear brand Dickies, the competition is now in its sixth year.
The winner will be announced this year’s winner at the final MCE British Superbike race at Brands Hatch on the 17th October.
The finalists will travel to Brands Hatch on the 16th October, where they will take part in a judging day, facing five judges who will ask each entrant questions in turn, much similar to a Dragon’s Den scenario.
The winner of UK Worker of the Year 2015 will be announced at the gala dinner at the Brands Hatch hotel on the 17th October, where this year’s prestigious title-holder will have the choice between a Kawasaki Ninja 300 and a £5,000 holiday.
The winner will also receive a year’s free shopping at ASDA, as well as have the chance to win £100,000.00 by predicting the top six outcome of the first BSB race over finale weekend.
Maurice Morton, sales and marketing director at Dickies, said: “I’d like to congratulate our six finalists and everyone else who entered this year.”
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