Greg and Cheryl Dulin with Norm and Rhonda Jeff.
Greg and Cheryl Dulin with Norm and Rhonda Jeff.

Coffs business wins three in a row

A LONG-established Coffs Coast business has been recognised for the role it plays in a national brand.

Luxaflex Window Fashions has made Coffs Harbour Blinds and Awnings a member of its 500 Club for the third consecutive year.

With this year's Gala Awards held at the Sea World Resort on the Gold Coast, Norm Jeff was presented with the award before posing with the Sea World dolphins who performed right on cue.

Tony Politis from Luxaflex presented the award before commenting on their commitment to customer service and supporting the Luxaflex brand.

"Coffs Harbour Blinds & Awnings is part of the exclusive Luxaflex Window Fashions Gallery program, making them a top-tier window fashions retailer," Mr Politis said.

"As a member of the 500 Club, they have been identified as one of our leading galleries from across the country.

"Their commitment to servicing the local community through ensuring each and every customer receives their unique Gallery experience has paid off as customers are telling their friends and coming back again and again, resulting in excellent sales performance."

For Norm Jeff to get another nod for Coffs Harbour Blinds and Awnings is ample reward for the continuing dedication of his staff.

"It's exciting to be a member of the 500 Club for another year," Mr Jeff said.

" I have a great team, combined with great products, and am very excited to be a member of the club for another year."



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