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SCOTTISH-BASED GERMAN DONER KEBAB PARTNERS WITH AWARD SHOW HONOURING UK YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT

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German Doner Kebab (GDK) is partnering with the British Youth International College (BYITC) Inspire awards to honour young Brits who have exceeded beyond expectations.

The BYITC Inspire awards 2023 are set to take place on June 6 at the Scottish Parliament . The event is a celebration of diversity and inclusion and an aim to empower individuals with curiosity, motivation, confidence, and enthusiasm.

GDK is honoured to be powering the awards show through the Boss Box. The fast-casual brand is revolutionising the kebab in the UK, bringing a fresh, high-quality taste sensation that has made it the number one spot to enjoy a kebab.

Freshly prepared in front of customers, the game-changing kebabs combine premium, lean meats imported from Germany and fresh, locally sourced vegetables, served in its world-famous toasted waffle bread with unique signature sauces which are blended in-store daily.

GDK CEO Simon Wallis said: “We cannot wait for the awards show and getting the chance to recognise dozens of talented young people who have thrived and reached their potential.

“At GDK, we are focused on supporting youth culture and championing youngsters whenever we can. For example, in our recent collaboration with Fast & Furious film ‘Fast X’ , we worked with Ollie the Car Kid, to give him the opportunity of a lifetime interviewing stars on the red carpet.

“These similarly inspiring young individuals should be extremely proud of themselves and we look forward to engaging with them and providing support to such a valuable social initiative.”

The Inspire Awards 2023 will see a variety of young people across the nation aged between 5-17 honoured across a number of categories. These include; the environment, language and literature, science, technology, engineering and mathematics, sports, cultural and social, media, art and creativity, academics and all rounder.

BYITC Founder Dr Rashmi Mantri said: ”From Rubik’s Cube to reading, cricket to coding, singing to science, environmentalism to engineering, influencing to innovating – we have so many winning categories that we are confident there is something for every young person.

“We want to celebrate diversity and inclusion and recognise young people from all backgrounds who are making all of our futures’ brighter by learning and excelling in whatever they choose to do.”