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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : November 5th 2008
32 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, November 6, 2008 MB 2008 TRUE LOCAL BUSINESS AWARDS WINNERS FEATURE Casual Dining John Hassan from Pier 26. FRESH from success as a winner of the True Local Business Award for Casual Dining/ Takeaway, Pier 26 owner John Hassan was also celebrating the award's importance in acknowledging the vibrant village life of Summer Hill. Having lived in the area for many years, Mr Hassan said the win was a fantastic result both for his local business and the community. ''I was just ecstatic. Even though we have won the award several times, every time we are entered is a new challenge,'' he said. ''It is a privilege for the staff to be recognised for their hard work, to have the public acknowledge our good product, and to win, and is also an important acknowledgment of Summer Hill.'' Pier 26 incorporates fine dining into a relaxed, cafe-style atmosphere in the heart of Summer Hill village, and Mr Hassan has plans to extend the alfresco dining area to include a beautiful, fully-landscaped garden with water features. Pharmacy The staff from Burwood Plaza Amcal Chemist. CUSTOMERS who enjoy the personalised service at Burwood Plaza Amcal Chemist have poured on the congratulations after it won the strongly contested Pharmacy trophy. Owners and pharmacists George Bournazos and Elias Toomeh have been overjoyed by the win which, as the business approaches its 20th birthday, has been received as a genuine inspiration to continue to provide excellent customer service and the best pharmacy practice to the local community. ''My initial excitement was for my dedicated and loyal staff who have worked so hard -- this award recognises their efforts,'' Mr Bournazos said. ''I was also excited for my business partner Elias. While the business has won many awards, this is his first True Local Business Award.'' Motoring Services Glen Mason and Anthony Nobrega from MB Murry Brown Motors. WHEN Murray Brown, owner of MB Murry Brown Motors of North Ashfield, won the award for Motoring Services, the success carried significance in many ways. ''I would definitely put our win down to our honesty and high standard of workmanship, with individual and trade customers, and also because at the end of the day, we have always helped, sourcing parts for others in the industry and giving advice and help to people who might be battling to afford repairs,'' Mr Brown said. ''We genuinely appreciate being nominated by our customers, because entry to the awards seems to depend on strict criteria, and it's an honour to win.'' Fitness/Sport Jess Antues and Louise Griffin at G Fitness, Rhodes. THE entire staff of G Fitness at Rhodes seemed fittingly ''pumped'' in the words of one, when asked their reaction to winning a True Local Business Award for Fitness/Sport. The fitness centre has been operating for two years and has won this award in both 2007 and 2008. ''It is obviously very gratifying to win the award, for the business and all the staff, and it shows that others know how much we put into delivering a five- star service to keep our customers very happy,'' club manager Craig Simpson said. Shop 3, 405 Hospital Rd, Concord West Ph 9736 1459 HAIRperfection To celebrate our WIN recieve 10% OFF ALL SERVICES* ALL NEW CLIENTS recieve a pamper pack valued at $25 *Only valid Monday and Tuesday (valid until Christmas) Margherita and staff at HC Hair Perfection would like to thank all our loyal clients who have supported us over the last year and we look forward to providing an oustanding service for years to come. Visit HC Hair Perfection YOUR 2008 HAIRDRESSER WINNER! GET WINNING 2005864K Wk19
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