Regional Business Awards recognise Business Excellence

Jason Hills accepts award for best new business
Jason Hills accepts award for best new business
Jason Hills (left), owner of Send it MTB shuttles, accepts an award for best new business. (PHOTO: Facebook).

The George Town Chamber of Commerce 2022 Business Excellence Awards winners have been announced at a presentation held at the George Town Memorial Hall.

The Awards recognise and celebrate the amazing diver­sity of business within the George Town municipality and particularly those that have demonstrated resil­ience throughout the past 12 months.

“I was delighted to join our local businesses to celebrate how they have successfully adapted to a challenging operating environment over the past 12 months. Tasmania’s border opened in mid-December last year and many businesses were impacted almost immedi­ately as a wave of COVID swept through our commu­nity,” said James Cameron, President, George Town Chamber of Commerce.

“The Chamber is delighted to be able to showcase the resilience and business ex­cellence of our 2022 award winners tonight with the support of our major spon­sors Bell Bay Aluminum and Liberty Bell Bay,” said Mr. Cameron.

Bell Bay Aluminium, Acting General Manager, Mark Gerrard said, “We work closely with hundreds of local businesses across Tasmania and one thing they all have in common is their commitment to provide local employment, products and services to the community and industries such as ours. It’s important that through this Awards program we support and encourage the next genera­tion of business leaders and entrepreneurs in our region by recognizing and cele­brating the resilience and sustainability of our local business community.”

LIBERTY Bell Bay Gen­eral Manager, Richard Curtis said: ‘We are proud to once again sponsor the 2022 Business Excellence Awards which recognise the outstanding businesses that operate within our region. The winners of this year’s Awards demonstrate the diversity of those businesses that contribute to both the economic and social fabric of our vibrant community. The Awards also celebrate the courage and determi­nation of those individuals who persevered through the hard times brought about by COVID-19 to emerge stronger than ever in their drive to provide excellence within their respective businesses. A wonderful achievement by all!’

2022 Business Excellence Award Winners

AGRICULTURAL/AGRITOURISM

Winner – Windy Park Alpacas

APPRENTICE / TRAINEE OF THE YEAR

Dual Winner – BBA Jake Chilcott

Dual Winner – BBA Dylan Zeeman

BEST MARKETING / ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN

Winner – Low Head Pilot Station – Waterfront Tassie Shacks + Local Seafood

Highly Commended – Zenith Distillery

BEST NEW BUSINESS

Winner – Send it MTB shuttles

BUSINESS ACHIEVEMENT

Dual Winner – Tasfix Pty Ltd

Dual Winner – Hicksy Hardware Garden and Landscaping

COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION

Winner – Classic Cars and Coffee – Don Mario’s Ristorante

EXCELLENCE IN CUSTOMER SERVICE

Winner – Coffee Devil – Tim and Kate Dunne

EXCELLENCE IN RETAIL

Winner – NewsXpress

EXCELLENCE IN SUSTAINABILITY

Winner – Low Head Tourist Park

EXCELLENCE IN TOURISM & HOSPITALITY

Winner – Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum & Foghorn

JUDGES AWARD

Winner – George Town seafoods – Pam Edson for Excellence in Customer Service

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