The Amaroo Store has been recognised for their excellent customer service and delicious food, receiving the Moree Thumbs Up Thumbs Down Customer Appreciation Award for June.
Moree Thumbs Up Thumbs Down Facebook page administrator Tanya Fitch recently presented Amaroo Store owners Jamie and Tash Mills with the June award.
“They were very pleased to recieve the award and appreciative of those who voted for them,” Ms Fitch said.
Jamie and Tash Mills received a total of 81 votes in the June poll for the customer / voluntary service appreciation award on the closed Moree Thumbs Up Thumbs Down Facebook group.
They received plenty of support and congratulations when they were announced the June winners.
“Congratulations Jamie and Tash, best burgers in town,” Janet Boughton said.
“Well deserved,” Doris Davis said.
“Good job,” Maureen Rainger added.
More congratulations for Jamie and Tash:
- “Congratulations Jamie and Tash” – Kaye Berger
- “Congrats Jamie & Tash!” – Sue Bodell-Ford
- “Whoo hooo Jamie and Tash” – Jay Smith
- “Congrats guys” – Judy Forsyth
- “Congratulations you guys. Well deserved.” – Karyn Shearer
- “Well done champs” – Colin Rice
- “Congratulations and very well deserved” – Tina O'Neile Woodbridge
Voting has now opened for the July recognition award with 11 individuals/businesses in the running, including Kate Kelly and Kay McKenzie (Moree Hospital kitchen), Michael ‘Ando’ Anderson (2VM), Britt Boland (Victoria Hotel), Louise Adamson (volunteer), Sandra Roberts (Bymee, Fairview, Community Transport), Rachel Latimer (Royal Hotel), Frank Crump (Moree Hospital), Terry-Anne Sharples (Moree Junior Soccer), Garah General Store, Jason Williams (Williams Transport), and Coles Express.