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Seafair Gourmet Meats wins for Customer Service

Heath Newman, manager of Seafair Gourmet Meats, accepts the Customer Service Award.  - Rob Newell photo
Heath Newman, manager of Seafair Gourmet Meats, accepts the Customer Service Award.
— image credit: Rob Newell photo

Seafair Gourmet Meats brands itself as a cut above the rest. It proved good on the slogan Wednesday by winning a Customer Service Award at the 35th annual Business Excellence Awards.

“This is unbelievable award. We are very grateful for it,” said manager Heath Newman. “We owe it all to you: the City of Richmond and all our customers.”

Seafair Gourmet Meats is a family-owned traditional butcher shop, one of the last butcher shops that properly dry ages beef on-site. Their steaks and roasts are the gold standard of flavour.

Their staff truly believe in the adage, you only get one chance to make a first impression. Going above and beyond to help their customers is what has kept them coming back for more than 30 years.

Also nominated: Bonco Acupuncture and Wellness Centre, Grandcity Autobody Ltd., Pacific Eye Doctor.

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