Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau

Five Romans recognized as Superstars of Service

Posted June 6, 2013 by Chris Cannon in News

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

GRCVB Contact:
Chris Cannon, director of communications
706.295.5576
Chris@RomeGeorgia.org

www.RomeGeorgia.org

 

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Five Romans recognized as Superstars of Service

 ROME, GA. — Five individuals from across multiple industries in Rome have been recognized by the Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau for their outstanding customer service. Winners include: Sheila Murray of Hawthorn Suites, Ellie Mahon of Swift & Finch, Donna Brumbelow of Home Depot, Skip Fowler of Winthrop Court Senior Living and Advertising Dynamics Inc., and Jay Shell of 333 on Broad and Brewhouse.

Superstars of Service are nominated by the public for outstanding customer service and chosen by the Board of Directors of the Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau. Over 20 quality individuals have been nominated in 2013.

“This award just made my day,” said Brumbelow, also known as the “paint lady” at Home Depot. “I just smile and try to help people the best I can.”

Combined, the five winners of the awards tally over 50 years of excellent customer service,

The Superstars of Service program was launched by the GRCVB in 2011 to recognize individuals in all areas of service who display exceptional customer relations and care.

“The winners for 2013 represent the very top citizens of Rome who constantly make sure that our visitors and residents alike have a perfectly positive experience whether they are visiting at length or just passing through town,” said Chris Cannon, GRCVB director of communications.

The Superstar of Service award is presented to 5 employees working in Rome & Floyd County that demonstrate outstanding service to the public in any industry. To nominate an outstanding individual for the award, visit the Rome – Floyd Visitor Center for a paper nomination or visit www.RomeGeorgia.org for an online form.

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Chris Cannon, director of communications, and Sandra Lindsay, president of the Board of Directors, present a Superstar of Service award to Donna Brumbelow of Home Depot.

Chris Cannon, director of communications, and Sandra Lindsay, president of the Board of Directors, present a Superstar of Service award to Donna Brumbelow of Home Depot.

Chris Cannon, director of communications,  present a Superstar of Service award to Skip Folwer of Winthrop Court Senior Living and Advertising Dynamics Inc.

Chris Cannon, director of communications, present a Superstar of Service award to Skip Folwer of Winthrop Court Senior Living and Advertising Dynamics Inc.

Chris Cannon, director of communications, and Sandra Lindsay, president of the Board of Directors, present a Superstar of Service award to Ellie Mahon of Swift & Finch.

Chris Cannon, director of communications, and Sandra Lindsay, president of the Board of Directors, present a Superstar of Service award to Ellie Mahon of Swift & Finch.

Chris Cannon, director of communications,  present a Superstar of Service award to Sheila Murray of Hawthorn Suites.

Chris Cannon, director of communications, present a Superstar of Service award to Sheila Murray of Hawthorn Suites.

Shell

Chris Cannon, director of communications, present a Superstar of Service award to Jay Shell of 333 on Broad and Brewhouse.

The Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau (GRCVB) is the official destination and sports marketing organization of Rome and Floyd County, Georgia. The GRCVB’s mission is to strengthen the economic fabric of the community through tourism development by attracting leisure travelers, conventions, meetings, sports and events.

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