Advertising manager Philip Clynes and general manager, promoting best in business, Carl Carter.
Advertising manager Philip Clynes and general manager, promoting best in business, Carl Carter. Brenda Strong

Searching for Gladstone's best

ARE you Gladstone’s best business?

Do you continually strive to offer the best service to your customers?

Then you might have been nominated for The Observer’s Best in Business Awards.

Together with Westpac, The Observer is searching for Gladstone best business and the nominations so far have been outstanding.

The Observer’s general manager Carl Carter said customer service drives the economy and that’s why we need to recognise those willing to go the extra mile.

“Customer service is such a key ingredient to a successful business and The Observer/Westpac Best in Business Awards aims to recognise the cream of the crop,” Mr Carter said.

Nominations have been coming in by the boatload, but we still need more people to reach out and show their support for their favourite business.

“The response from our readers to date has been strong and I urge them to continue to nominate those businesses where they have had a great experience,” Mr Carter said.

To nominate grab an entry form out of today’s paper and send it or drop it into our office by October 1.



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