Westpac Bank manager Lance Harding and The Observer general manager Carl Carter.
Westpac Bank manager Lance Harding and The Observer general manager Carl Carter. Brenda Strong

Lines drawn in businesses battle

WHICH organisation do you think is the ‘Best in Business’ in the region?

The Gladstone Observer along with Westpac Bank wants you to nominate local businesses as the “Best in Business”.

Recent times have seen the battle of the buy with debates raging between Gladstone and Rockhampton as to where is the best place to buy in Central Queensland.

The Gladstone Westpac Bank and The Gladstone Observer would like to recognise those businesses which are setting the benchmark, delivering great customer service and who are truly the best in the business.

The Westpac Observer Best in Business Awards will recognise excellence across the diverse business landscape of the Gladstone region.

The Observer general manager Carl Carter said the Best in Business awards was a means to recognising those businesses that were successful, had strong business acumen and offered good old-fashioned customer service.

“Usually we get to hear about the negatives and the success stories are often overlooked; this is the community’s way of recognising them,” Mr Carter said.

You will find a nomination form in today’s paper where you can nominate just one business or you can nominate 20.

Drop nomination forms into The Observer office or post to Gladstone Observer, “Best in Business”, PO Box 351, Gladstone, QLD, 4680, before October 1.



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