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Just Cabins wins “Franchise System of the Year”


Just Cabins Press Release
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Friday 23rd November 2012

Just Cabins wins “Franchise System of the Year”

Just Cabins has won “Franchise System of the Year”, in the Lifestyle Services category at the Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards 2012-2013. The company was commended on its well-run and effective franchise system, which impressed the judges.

The award was presented to Fenton Peterken, Franchisor of Just Cabins, at a gala event, held at the Crowne Plaza, in Auckland on Saturday 18th November 2012.

In awarding Just Cabins “Franchise System of the Year”, the judges were impressed that, “With good planning, systematic processes and continuous improvement based on excellent two way communication with both franchisees and customers, they have achieved impressive results.”

“Receiving this award reflects the commitment of the entire Just Cabins network to the quality of our products and Customer service. I am delighted that the Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards recognised the effort made to ensure that Just Cabins has robust processes and procedures that support our business growth and consistently deliver the high standards our customers have come to expect from Just Cabins ”, said Fenton Peterken.

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