Award shows it's a great place for a break

NATIONAL RECOGNITION: Sally Kacsics at the Muffin Break outlet in Coffs Central.
NATIONAL RECOGNITION: Sally Kacsics at the Muffin Break outlet in Coffs Central.

THE team behind the Muffin Break outlet in Coffs Central is celebrating being among the best in Australia.

Sally and Steve Kacsics were finalist for the James Fitzgerald Award for retail excellence and won a $3000 cash prize for their significant sales growth, for consistently producing exceptional food and beverages and being great ambassadors for the brand.

Sally and Steve have owned the Muffin Break store for seven years and currently employ 11 staff.

"We are proud to be acknowledged with the franchisee of the year award for NSW and are delighted that all of our hard work has paid off," Sally said.

"Our success is really a team effort thanks to our loyal customers, amazing staff, and expert bakers and baristas who freshly prepare our wholesome food and our delicious coffee every day."

Sally and Steve are also involved in a number of community initiatives including a sponsorship of Coffs Harbour netball and support of Boambee Public School, Coffs Harbour Primary School, Baylis Tennis Academy Sawtell, the Soup Kitchen, Loaves and Fishes Foodstore and the "pay it forward" program.

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