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13 June 2018 Posted by 


Quakers Hill Veterinary WINS
THE atmosphere was electric as Blacktown’s business people crowded into Blacktown Worker’s Club on Tuesday, June 5 for the annual Local Business Awards presentation night.

Fabulous frocks, cheers and tears (of joy) were the order of the evening as the winners of this year’s Blacktown Local Business Awards celebrated their success.
As always, the highlight of the night was the announcement of the Business of the Year.
Quakers Hill Veterinary Hospital took home the coveted trophy, having already claimed the Best Pet Care title earlier in the evening.
Acceptance speeches ranged from teary and emotional to wildly humorous but they shared one thing in common – the heartfelt gratitude of the recipients to the staff, customers and community that support them.
The celebration evening was held at Blacktown Workers Club, as hundreds of finalists and their guests enjoyed a three-course meal and entertainment by William Motonuu, Kirrah Amosa and Alex Marcel.
Western Sydney Business Access was on hand to capture all the excitement as the finalists were announced, complete with images on the big screen, followed by huge cheers as the winners’ names were read out and they took to the stage to claim their trophies.
Executive Building Group principle Nathan Heta was named Business Person of the Year, while the Youth Award went to Angus Tyson of Riverstone Family Dental.
Awards founder and Precedent Productions managing director Steve Loe said the evening was a huge success.
“There was an electric atmosphere throughout the night,” he said.
The finalists’ excitement was palpable and, as always, people celebrated not just their own success, but cheered for everyone else in the room.
“It was a sell-out event, as always, which goes to show just how popular The Blacktown Business Awards are with the community.
“Our MC Paul Hancock kept the evening flowing smoothly and numerous people came up to me during and after the event to say how much they enjoyed themselves. An ever-popular crowd favourite, Paul is hugely excited to bring the Awards to the Blacktown area for another year.”
Mr Loe congratulated all the winners and finalists on their success.
“The Local Business Awards exist to recognise the vital role business people play in the lives of their communities.
“While only one business from each category can be recognised as a winner, the achievements of all finalists are worth being recognised and celebrated.
“As official media partner for The Blacktown Local Business Awards, Western Sydney Business Access has published a winners’ feature in this month’s edition that recognises all category winners from the presentation evening.
“Of course, the awards are only possibly with the support of major sponsors Nova Employment, Blacktown Workers Club, Homemaker Prospect and Blacktown City Council, our support sponsors Westpoint, Seven Hills Plaza, Stanhope Village, Woodcroft Village, Breed Business centre and Blacktown Rotary Club, as well as our media partner Western Sydney Business Access.
“Their involvement proves their commitment to their community and the businesses that thrive there.”



Michael Walls
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Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) covers the business and community issues of the Greater Western Sydney region of Australia. WSBA is the popular media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities and networks.