2012 Business Awards

Our 2012 Business Awards Night was held on Saturday 3rd November, at the Dungog RSL Club, Lord Street, Dungog. Our Awards are one way the residents and fellow business owners of our District can show their appreciation and thanks for all the hard work and effort that business owners and their staff put into their business. Everyone enjoyed a great night of not only networking with other businesses in the district who attended but the very deserving Winners and Runners Up were very surprised and pleased with their Awards. Our Hostess, Pru McDonald did a sterling job and was a great help to our MC Felix Prentice and with the selling of the raffle tickets.

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2012 Award Night photos courtesy of the Dungog Chronicle

Award Winners and Runners Up

Best New Business

Winner – Clarence Town Cottage Cafe; Runner Up – Darren Cox Rural Fencing

 

Customer Service

Winner – Australia Post Dungog; Runner Up – Cafe Dungog

 

Golden Axe

Co-Winners for Dungog Farm Feast – Louise Benson, Chillbillies and Lou Boothroyd, Fosterton Farm Bakery; Runner Up – Riverdene Nursery – Gresford

 

Manufacturing & Industry

Winner – Bunna Bunoo Olive Grove; Runner Up – Dungog Ready Mixed Concrete

 

Outstanding Young Employee

Winner – Ashlee Milburn Dungog Community Pre-School; Runner Up – Georgia Owers – Dungog Veterinary Hospital

 

Professional Services

Winner – Dungog Veterinary Hospital; Runner Up – Clarence Town Rural Transaction Centre

Retail

Winner – Shaws Williams River Bakery – Clarence Town; Joint Runners Up – Pete’s Country Cuts & Kernaghans Butchers

 

Rural Producers

Winner – Tar 10; Runner Up – Fosterton Farm Bakery

 

Tourism & Hospitality

Winner – Chillbillies; Runner Up – Paterson Service Station & Riverview Cafe

 

Trades

Winner – KRH Mechanical, Clarence Town; Runner Up – Shine Hair & Beauty, Clarence Town

 

Chamber Award

Chillbillies, Dungog

 

Overall Business Excellence

Dungog Veterinary Hospital

The Best Ladies Hat and the Lucky Seat Prize was won by guests on the Dungog Veterinary Hospital’s table and the Best Man’s Tie was won by the representative for Dungog Ready Mixed Concrete.