Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Double win for Evans Head Holiday Park

North Coast Holiday Parks’ (NCHP) Evans Head has taken out the top gong at last weekend’s Richmond Valley Business Awards, with local Business Chambers naming the popular holiday park ‘Business of the Year’.

Part of the NSW Crown Holiday Parks Group (NSWCHPT), the Evans Head team were also named as winners in the Hospitality, Tourism and Cultural Events category. The Richmond Valley Business Awards is a celebration of outstanding businesses within the local region, with all award nominees’ members of the Evans Head, Woodburn and Casino Business Chambers.

With a strong focus on providing first-rate customer service and facilities that all guests can enjoy – including those with four legs – the coastal hideaway is a gateway to the wider region and an iconic destination.

Park managers Adrian and Casey Easdown were ecstatic to take out not one, but two categories on the night, noting the accolade of being named as a leader in the local business community an invaluable testament to the dedication and hard work of their entire team.

“We were so surprised to have won our category award but to win Business of the Year was amazing,” Casey said.

“To have all of our hard work acknowledged really means a lot and to be able to celebrate this win with our incredible staff was wonderful. It is a fantastic outcome which is the result of years of hard work from not only myself and Adrian but also from all our staff.

“The great support we receive from our assistant managers Scott and Katie Barnes helps us to provide a wonderful working environment for the staff which results in a friendly environment for our guests. The whole team takes great pride in making sure everyone who stays has a memorable experience and enjoys not only the park but the great features Evans Head has to offer.”

NSWCHPT CEO Steve Edmonds recognised the award wins as proof of the high standard of holidays offered through the Evans Head park, also calling it a symbol of the great work being carried out across the wider group.

“Our parks are consistently being recognised by local business communities for their dedication to regional tourism,” Mr Edmonds said.

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