|

Leongatha Amcal pharmacy claims company award


WINNING TEAM: Leongatha Amcal’s prize-winning team. Back from left, Brett Nagel, Cath Brooks, Bree Johnson, Leonie McGannon and Jodie Verboon. Middle from left, Sam Huddleson, Monique Whiteman and Pam Svenson. Front, manager Sally McGrath  and Jaria Bernaldo.

LEONGATHA’S Amcal Pharmacy has claimed the company’s Pharmacy of the Year award for Victoria and Tasmania for the second year running.

The 2019 prize was presented at a gala awards night, with manager Sally McGrath also picking up the gong for Amcal Retail Manager of the Year for the second year in a row.

“It’s all about managing the store to Amcal’s high standards. We were judged at 100 per cent by those measures,” Sally said.

“The company can be proud of the way we represent the Amcal brand.”
Sally said the feedback from customers to the awards had been overwhelmingly positive.

She was at a pains to say that it was a much a team effort.

“Even through Instagram and Facebook the feedback has been that these awards have been well deserved,” she said.

Typical of comments to the pharmacy’s Facebook site, one customer wrote, “You did it! Brilliant…but I am not surprised. You are an amazing team full of professionalism, compassion and all done with a smile. Congrats team…very well deserved.”

Short URL: http://thestar.com.au/?p=29644

Posted by on Jul 30 2019. Filed under Business. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Recently Commented

  • wstaton: I guess it means he will not be able to attend any council meetings saving us ratepayers his claims for...
  • rojo: Awesome work Lynette
  • vbresident: I read Ms Page’s offering and nearly choked laughing. We have a property on the second estate in...
  • brad: Hi Robbie. Would you like your comments to run as a letter to the editor too? If so, we just need your full...
  • robbiemc: The local council should not be wasting ratepayers money to build a rail trail. And more to the point there...