Glazerite installers are celebrating scooping more awards and trophies at this year’s prestigious Network VEKA awards.
They not only took ten of the 30 Regional Award finalist slots and four out of the ten Regional Trophies in the prestigious annual awards but also accounted for three of only seven members to be enrolled in this year’s coveted 100% Club and one of only two winners in the organisation’s newly-established brand promotion awards. They also accounted for all three of the finalist positions in one of the regions and two of the three in two others.
Glazerite Windows Director Jason Thompson said after the ceremony: “They all performed superbly well; we are very proud of them – and proud of our own support that has helped them to get where they are.
“When we agreed to sponsor the pre-dinner champagne at the event, we never realised we would have so much to celebrate.”
And he added: “The champagne did however give us the chance to show our respect for all the other winners at the event. Network VEKA sets high standards – not only at the awards but in its members’ everyday work – so every one of the winners deserves congratulation and we were happy for them all to have a drink on us.”
In the newly-established category of ‘Embracing and Promoting the Network VEKA Brand,’ Shane Howells won the trophy for the South. Ledbury-based Howells also took the regional prize for Central England alongside Goliath Homeworld of Cannock for the Midlands, Nottingham-based Trent Valley Windows for Eastern England and the KJM Group of Andover for the South East.
As well as the four, the other Glazerite finalists were The Window Shop, Wellingborough; Halls Property Services, Norfolk; Prestige Glazing Services, Bedford; Barrett’s Glass & Window Centre, Dorchester; Mews Windows, Great Wyreley and Gardinia (West Wales) of Narberth.
More than 170 delegates and guests attended this year’s Network VEKA AGM and Annual Awards, held at the St John’s Hotel, Solihull.