On Wednesday 13 September, the intu Chapelfield retailers were invited to a night of glitz, glam and celebration as we celebrated all of their hard work and outstanding customer service at a private event in Norwich. The awards were hosted by BBC Radio Norfolk's Chrissie Jackson and members of the intu Chapelfield management team. There was a total of 14 awards up for grabs with two voted for by the management team, one by the retailers and 11 voted for by you, our lovely shoppers.
Find out which cafe, shop or restaurant won on the night:
Men's retailer of the year
House of Fraser
Women's retailer of the year
House of Fraser
Children's retailer of the year
Footwear retailer of the year
Jewellery retailer of the year
Health and beauty retailer of the year
Specialist retailer of the year
Restaurant of the year
Cafe/Takeaway of the year
Best for world class customer service
Retailer of the year
Store manager of the year
Best team to do business with
The retailer's retailer award
It was another successful night with some stores winning for a second year in a row. Here's to the 2018 awards....
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