Search is on for best of best

DO you offer the best service in Gladstone?

Are you constantly striving for customer satisfaction?

If so, then you might have been nominated for The Observer's Best in Business Awards.

Together with Westpac, The Observer hopes to find Gladstone's best business and ramp up some support for local businesses and services.

General manager Carl Carter said the strength of any local economy was a reflection of local businesses and their operators.

The Observer is proud to be an integral part of the marketing and promotion of these businesses,” he said.

To nominate a business in the community that you feel deserves recognition, you can grab a nomination form out of today's Observer and drop it in to our Goondoon Street office by Friday, October 1.

Grab a form and start nominating today!



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