The Kuranda Visitor Information Centre has been named a finalist in the Queensland Community Achievement Awards.
Whilst a judging panel will decide the winners in each category of the Community Achievement Awards, the People’s Choice Award gives the power to the people, to vote for their favourite finalist.
Head to the TNQ Community Achievement Awards Facebook page to vote for the Kuranda Visitor Information Centre. People can vote once per day up until Monday, 26 November 2018.
The devoted volunteers have been recognised for their customer service skills and have been nominated for the Customer Service Award. The award recognises individuals that provide customer service excellence, best practice and innovative thinking in customer service.
Visitor Information Centre Senior Information Officer Catherine Harvey said she was so excited to have made it to the finals. “The volunteers do an incredible job in their role as ambassadors for Kuranda and the surrounding region, dedicating their time to work in the Information Centre,” she said.
“Customer Service is so important in this day and age, and their service skills are exceptional when assisting visitors from all over the world.”
The People’s Choice Award is a fun way to spread awareness of the achievements of these volunteers.