Tatura Hot Bread has taken out the Best Business category in the 2012 Powercor 95 3SR FM Business and Service Excellence Awards.BOB NICOL October 31, 2012 2:59pm
They are an excited bunch of workers at Tatura Hot Bread, after taking out a major award in the 2012 Powercor 95 3SR FM Business and Service Excellence Awards.
Much to the delight of owners Jeff and Glenda Alexander and staff, Tatura Hot Bread won the 95 3SR FM award for Best Business with over 16 Employees and in doing so, received a $1000 media business profile courtesy of the radio station, WIN TV and The Advertiser, along with a personal plaque.
The awards, held this year on Friday, October 26, commenced in 1995 and are held annually to recognise and support local business in the development and promotion of good service and business excellence.
Mrs Alexander said the win was a big thrill but also a shock as ‘‘we were up against businesses a lot bigger than ours’’.
Mrs Alexander said the win could not have come about without good staff.
‘‘We are very lucky to have good, reliable staff and this award belongs to them,’’ she said.
‘‘It is not all about winning. An award such as this is good for the town. The business brings people in and we just want people to see our beautiful town.”
More in next Tuesday’s Tatura Guardian.
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