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Three Retail Food Group franchisees named finalists in the National Retail Awards

The operator says their partners’ achievements over the last 12 months “have been significant with each demonstrating steadfast service”.

Three franchisees under the Retail Food Group banner have been selected as finalists in the National Retail Awards.

According to the operator, Lara and Scott Russell (Brumby’s Bulimba), Michelle Rechichi (Crust Mt Lawley) and Greg Stevens (Michel’s Toronto), are all in the running to take home the ceremony’s Franchisee of the Year Award.

Brumby’s general manager David Dinnes says that the finalists are “great ambassadors within their respective brands and that each deserves special mention for their contribution to the industry.”

“The franchising sector is made up of some 80,000 businesses and employs over 470,000 people which each year contributes to this $150 billion dollar industry,” he said. “Franchising is driven by professionals like Greg and Annie, Lara and Scott, and Michelle and Joe, with each taking great pride in training their staff to be better connected with their customers and community.”
 

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