C.EX Coffs in Awards of Excellence

C.EX COFFS is about to fight it out with some of the largest clubs in the state.

The club has been named as a finalist in seven categories in this year’s Clubs NSW Awards of Excellence.

Being the most prestigious awards in the club industry, C.ex Group marketing manager, Sam Wardman, said the nominations were an achievement in themselves.

“To be nominated in seven of the eight award categories is just phenomenal,” Ms Wardman said.

“And to be up against some of the biggest and best clubs in NSW, it’s a tribute to the quality of service that we strive to achieve at C.ex Coffs.”

C.ex Coffs have been nominated as finalists in Best Club Keno, Outstanding Environmental Sustainability Award, Best Club Entertainment, Best Club Restaurant – Rendezvous, Best Club Gaming Venue, Outstanding Financial Management, and Encouragement of Amateur Sport.

Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in Sydney on June 4.

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