17/08/1999 - 22:00

Service leader sought

17/08/1999 - 22:00

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A STRONG and untiring commitment to customer service could help somebody win the Wendy Middleton Award – the highest award the Australian Customer Service Association presents in WA.

Service leader sought
A STRONG and untiring commitment to customer service could help somebody win the Wendy Middleton Award – the highest award the Australian Customer Service Association presents in WA.

Other criteria include a drive to meet customer needs in day to day work practices, a commitment to working behind the scenes to ensure outstanding customer service and high skill levels in working with others to provide outstanding customer service.

Nominations for the award close on 3 September.

The award is named for Wendy Middleton who managed the ACSA in WA for many years before her tragic death. The award is sponsored by her daughter Louise, current manager of the ACSA in WA and nationally, and Business News.

Four people have won the award since its inception three years ago – Brian Butterworth of Mazda WA, Joy Scudds of Mareena Purslowe and Associates, Marie Bennetts of Gwynne Park Primary School and, most recently, Perth Convention Bureau sales and accounts coordinator Rebecca Preston.

Ms Preston was nominated secretly by bureau director of sales and marketing Jill Henry.

STANDING BY BUSINESS. TRUSTED BY BUSINESS.

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