Jacob Young, of Claremont Post Office
PRIDE OF WORKMANSHIP
Anthony Bailey, of OnRoad OffRoad Training
Brendon Owens, of Bob Jane T-Marts Moonah
Over 50 employees:
Winner: Cripps Nu-Bake Pty. Ltd.
Runner Up: Glenview Community Services
Under 50 Employees:
Winner: The Moonah Hotel
The Old Chapel Tea Rooms
City of Glenorchy Excellence Awards 2014
The City of Glenorchy Excellence Awards were held at the Derwent Entertainment Centre on October 29 2014, before an audience of about 160 people.
In their third year, the Awards were a joint initiative of the Rotary clubs of Moonah Claremont and Glenorchy, the Moonah and Glenorchy business Association, and the Glenorchy Council.
The aim of the awards is to promote Excellence and Pride of Workmanship by businesses and employees in the city of Glenorchy.
This year, we had 16 nominations for the Pride of Workmanship awards, and 30 nominations for the Business Excellence Awards.
District Governor Ken Moore presented Jacob Moore of the Claremont Post Office with the Traineeship Award for 2014.
The winner of the Pride of Workmanship Award was Anthony Bailey, from OnRoad OffRoad Training.
For the first time this year, Businesses could also be nominated for Excellence Awards.
For businesses with under 50 employees, the winner was The Moonah Hotel, with Martins Eyecare and The Old Chapel Tea Rooms as runners up.
For businesses over 50 employees, the winner was Cripps Nubake Pty. Ltd, with Glenview Community Services in second place.
Photos of all nominees and award winners are available on the
City of Glenorchy Excellence Awards Facebook page.