Customer service awards launched by Midlands 103

Customer service awards have been launched by Tindle radio station Midlands 103 to celebrate the very best of its local business community.

The station, which bills itself as “Feel Good Radio”, have begun the search for the winners for 2023 Midlands 103 Customer Service Awards to honour the best companies in the communities it serves across Laois, Offaly and Westmeath in Ireland.

The Midlands 103 fourth annual Customer Service Awards, proudly sponsored by Allpro Recruitment – Recruitment Specialist for Midlands and Beyond, celebrates the best in customer service across businesses in various sectors.

Nominations are taken in for more than 60 awards, after which the judges will carry out intensive evaluations in order to compile a shortlist, before the winners are selected.

The organisers say: “Our gala black-tie night will take place in the Mullingar Park Hotel on Monday July 3rd, featuring a lavish arrivals drinks reception, fabulous four-course meal, live entertainment, and – of course – the awards ceremony itself, where the winners will be announced, plus, dance the night away with the LOL’s entertaining you into the night.”

Gala ceremony

Click here to find out more about the 2023 awards.

Last year Midlands 103 attracted a sell-out crowd of 350 people to a gala ceremony in the Midlands Park Hotel, Portlaoise.

The 2022 winners ranged from car dealership of the year, won by O Brien’s Renault, Mullingar, to wedding dress store of the year, collected by Smart Brides, Portlaoise, and tradesperson of the year, which went to James O Connor of Fititout.

Other winners from the full range of the business community, covering large and small enterprises, included barber of the year Boston Barber, from Tullamore, travel agent of the year Cloud 9 Travel / JK Travel, also in Tullamore, and social media presence of the year, awarded to Dead Centre Brewing, of Athlone.

Following a two year Covid-enforced hiatus, nominations from the public were taken in more than 65 categories, and the judges made their selections following intensive evaluations.

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