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Award winners Rachel Bashforth, Rosetta Smiriglia, Jascinta Hardman and Kim Madai at the ceremony at the Hotel Brunswick last night. Photo Tree Faerie.

The Brunswick Heads Customer Service Awards were held on Tuesday night at the Hotel Brunswick.

Co-ordinator Cherie Heale says, ‘We would like to acknowledge our sponsors and all of those that put in a nomination – there were over 300 votes and 57 individual nominees’.

Byron Shire Council Youth Award winner Ava Golden with Brooke Peri from the Happy Dolphin Cafe. Photo Jeff Dawson.

She says, ‘It was amazing to be able to reward our fantastic Bruns workers with pampering, accommodation, travel and other prizes’.

The winners by category were: Hospitality: Jascinta Hardman (Bruns Bakery), Retail: Rachel Bashforth (Brunswick Heads Pharmacy), Professional: Rosetta Smiriglia (North Coast Lifestyle Properties), Tourism: Kim Madai (Brunswick Visitor Centre), Health and Wellbeing: Georgia Smith (Michaela’s Hair and Beauty) and Byron Shire Council Youth Award: Ava Golden (The Happy Dolphin Cafe).

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