Friday, March 23, 2018

Small business success in regional NSW

Though the Hollywood Awards Season may be in full swing, the real competition lies in Country NSW, with Reflections Holiday Parks Wyangala Waters named as finalists in the Excellence in Hospitality and Tourism Category at this week’s Cowra Business Awards.

Run by the Cowra Business Chamber, the Awards night is an acknowledgement of business excellence across the Cowra Shire, with the popular holiday park’s finalist nod recognition for their high standards of customer satisfaction and consistent quality of service.

Wyangala Waters Park Manager James Armstrong said he was delighted to see the hard work and dedication of his team over the past year acknowledged by the wider Cowra business community, calling it a true testament to the Wyangala family.

“It’s great to be recognised by our local community as leaders in customer service, especially when our fellow finalists are such esteemed members of the Cowra Shire,” James said.

“All our staff work above and beyond to provide our guests with unique country experiences and plenty of unforgettable holiday memories.

“Winning this award would be a massive achievement for the team, whose passion for sharing the hidden secrets of this beautiful region we call home creating a ‘back to nature’ getaway like no other.”

Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Steve Edmonds called the finalist nod a great testament of the hard work carried out by the Wyangala Waters team daily, echoing the high standard of customer service and excellence seen across the wider Group.

“With a strong focus on invigorating the local communities in which our parks are found, it is always exciting when they are recognised for their great contributions to these regional areas,” Mr Edmonds said.

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