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The team from Helloworld Revesby are still flying high after last night’s (Wednesday 17 August) win at the Canterbury-Bankstown Local Business Awards.
The travel service, which is currently a Canterbury-Bankstown Business Advisory Service (CBBAS) member, won Best Travel Agency for the second year in a row.
Another four CBBAS businesses, including Sweet Fantasy Cakes, Reflexation Natural Therapies, Burgess Legal and McGrath Estate Agents in Bankstown, also won in their nominated category.
Manager, Janelle Ramsay, was surprised to find out her travel agency had been nominated.
"You sort of expect people to vote for best restaurant or best hairdressing service but I didn’t think people ever thought about voting for the best travel agency," she said.
"It was nice to have our customers value our services and give us that recognition."
Ms Ramsay was ecstatic when Helloworld Revesby was announced the winner last night.
"We were just happy when we found out we were nominated so when we won, we were all over the moon," Ms Ramsay said.
Helloworld Revesby was among 32 businesses, which won an award last night. It will now receive a one-year free membership to CBBAS.
"We can’t wait to work more closely with the team, to help us further establish our business in the community," Ms Ramsay said.
"There are so many fantastic opportunities to access support and to network. What we will be looking at doing more closely over the next year, will be getting involved in the Business Breakfast Networking events and hopefully showcasing our services at a few of the expos that are hosted by CBBAS."
Administrator, Richard Colley, congratulated the winners and the 294 nominated businesses.
"Without local business, we wouldn’t have a thriving City or economy. Our local business community in Canterbury-Bankstown is estimated to be worth more than $14.29 billion and makes up about 2.7 per cent of the State economy," Mr Colley said.
"But our local businesses do more than just generate money, they are the fabric of our community and play an invaluable role in generating local employment."
23/08/2017 1:06 PM