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Jersey Post Customer Service Awards 2014 shortlist announced

Jersey Post Customer Service Awards 2014 shortlist announced

Wednesday 22 October 2014

Jersey Post Customer Service Awards 2014 shortlist announced


Having sifted through 7,000 nominations received from the public for the Jersey Post Customer Services Awards, the judging panel has come up with a shortlist of just 36.

It includes a dry cleaning assistant, a fishing tackle supplier, posties, car mechanics and the entire staff of the Somerville Hotel.

Julie Todd, founder of the awards, which are organised in association with the Jersey Chamber of Commerce, said: “Yet again we have seen the high calibre of businesses that are operating in Jersey, through these awards. The quality of the entries has been extremely high and although the judges had to select a winner in each category, all of the finalists are to be commended. The Jersey Post Customer Service Awards are a showcase for the customer service excellence that exists in Jersey and we are looking forward to growing the event further in years to come.’

The shortlist include:

 Employee of a small business:  

  • Sonya Nobrega, Rayners Dry Cleaning
  • Joanna Le Huray, ALX Training
  • Mick Ward, Mr Fish

 Best team:

  • Jersey Post posties
  • Tot Stop Crèche
  • Lloyds Bank

 Best overall customer experience (staff at):

  • Le Quesne Chemist
  • Bagot Road Garage
  • Airtel Vodafone

Tourism/hospitality:

  • Tom Otieno, The Inn Hotel
  • The team at the Somerville Hotel
  • Waiting staff, Old Portelet Inn

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Pomme d’Or on Thursday 6 November at 5.30 pm.

To see the full short list and for further information on the awards go to www.thecustomerserviceawards.com

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