A glittering Champagne reception and three-course dinner will toast the success of the West Midlands' unsung office heroes and heroines this autumn.
The hardwork and sheer professionalism of PAs, across the business and public sectors, goes uncelebrated - and unnoticed - far too often.
Now a glittering event is being organised to put them into the spotlight they deserve.
The gathering will be the culmination of a five-month search for the West Midlands' top personal assistant.
And the successful candidate will be crowned the region's PA of the Year 2007, in an evening of feasting and fun.
The event, which will begin at 7pm on November 8, will include live entertainment and a disco with prizes for the overall winner, plus runners-up prizes and a goody bag for all nominees.
Sponsored by Tirebuck Career Solutions, Pears and The Birmingham Post, the PA of the Year award aims to find the West Midlands' top personal assistant.
Candidates must have made a fundamental difference to the life of their boss and the organisation they work for -someone with superior organisational and communication skills, and the ability to play gatekeeper, confidante and enabler all at the same time.
Chief executives, managing directors and senior managers across the region can nominate their PA to explain why they believe he or she deserves the award.
The overall winner and runners-up will be announced at the dinner at the Burlington Hotel, in central Birmingham, hosted by Heart FM and PSP.
The event is open to all but tickets are subject to availability. For ticket and booking information, call Kate Gregson on 0121 643 6866 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Details of how to enter the competition will be printed in The Birmingham Post when the competition is officially launched next month.