Mar 1, 2021 1:22:22 PM
Preparations are underway for the 2019 Annual Conference. Our annual conference is all about celebrating our achievements, talking about our plans for the forthcoming year and an awards ceremony for our top achievers. The highlight for our Nutritional Advisers is always the ‘Customer Service Award’ and you make this happen for us. The accolade is voted for by you, our customers, and competition is always stiff! I need your input as entries for nominations are now open…
I know one of the main reasons you use Trophy (apart from our excellent British pet foods) is the individual customer service you receive. To receive this award your local Trophy Nutritional Adviser needs you to leave them a review on TrustPilot! If you feel that your local Trophy Nutritional Adviser is the one for this award, then please follow the link below so that we can reward them.
To make your nomination please:
1. Leave them a review at: www.trustpilot.com/evaluate/www.trophypetfoods.co.uk
2. Name who you are reviewing.
3. Add a few short words about how the service you receive.
All reviews will count between the 25th of March and the 6th of May 2019.
Thank you for your continued custom and I look forward to reading your reviews.
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