Aquatics and Commercial

Swimart recognises its performers

October 19, 2016
Andrew Morton (co-owner of Australasian Franchisee of the Year winner Swimart Charmhaven), Susie O’Neill, Olympic swimmer and Swimart ambassador and Hollie Morton (Swimart Charmhaven co-owner)
Andrew Morton (co-owner of Australasian Franchisee of the Year winner Swimart Charmhaven), Susie O’Neill, Olympic swimmer and Swimart ambassador and Hollie Morton (Swimart Charmhaven co-owner)

Each year, Australasia’s largest pool and spa specialist group Swimart encourages its franchisees to stretch and improve themselves, with the most successful retailers recognised at the annual Swimart Awards.

The 2016 awards were held in Cairns in July, hosted by Swimart ambassador and Olympic swimmer Susie O’Neill (aka Madam Butterfly).

“These awards recognise franchisees who have really proven their mettle across business and customer service parameters,” says Chris Fitzmaurice, Swimart Australasian manager. “Winning an award is a pinnacle achievement and it’s testament to the work that our franchisees put in during the year.”

This year the Australasian awards went to:
Franchisee of the Year: Charmhaven
Citizen of the Year: Belconnen
Best Presented Business: Pakuranga
Marketer of the Year: Cleveland
Retailer of the Year: Rockhampton
Best Sales Growth Franchise: Brighton
Most Improved Franchise: Nerang

The full list of awards is available at www.swimart.com.au.

 

 



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