Rescue my Site competition

Web presence: Werrington County resident Kelly Wilkinson said an updated website would be phenomenal for her labelling business. Picture: Gary Warrick

Web presence: Werrington County resident Kelly Wilkinson said an updated website would be phenomenal for her labelling business. Picture: Gary Warrick

If you know someone who has a wonderful product but lacks website know-how, invite them to put their hand up to be rescued.

The national Rescue my Site competition will give three businesses a "serious online facelift", with a total shared prize value of $60,000.

Western Sydney Amusement Hire, Paws 'n' Hooves (from Lethbridge Park) and Logan Signs (Blue Mountains) are a few of the western Sydney businesses in the running for the prize.

Kelly Wilkinson's business Kels Gift Labelling was anonymously nominated for the makeover, a gesture for which she is "eternally grateful".

"I'm a self-employed mother of two, and finding out who to build the website and how to get found online is beyond my capacity," the Werrington County resident said.

"It's blown me away not only that someone would nominate me but also that people have taken time to support me. I have 1300 votes so far and I'm hoping for the best.

"Winning would be phenomenal."

The judges will choose winners for two categories: Local Legend and Worst Website. The third winner will be chosen by voters through the competition website.

Clock here to enter the competition and to cast votes in support of any of the nominees. Just search for the business name in the website.

The winners of the two major categories will be announced on December 21.

The People's Choice winner will be revealed on January 6.

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