Nottingham's top shops have been honoured this week (19 October) during intu’s annual retailer awards, hosted by TOWIE's James ‘Arg’ Argent.
Five thousand shoppers from across the region voted for their favourite retailers from both intu Victoria Centre and intu Broadmarsh, with winners being awarded the top accolades during a ceremony supported by Gem 106.
Ed’s Easy Diner was crowned Retailer of the Year – intu Victoria Centre, and scooped three awards on the night, while Wilko was named Retailer of the Year - intu Broadmarsh. Gina Steed of Chisholm Hunter and Fiona Launders of The Perfume Shop were voted as Store Manager of the Year for intu Victoria Centre and intu Broadmarsh respectively.
Most loved women’s fashion, sponsored by Omega: Topshop
Most loved men’s fashion, sponsored by Veolia: Topman
Best for shoes, sponsored by Lunson Mitchenall: JD Sports
Most loved specialist retailer, sponsored by Schneider Electric: Tiger
Most loved food and drink retailer, sponsored by Urban Planters: Ed’s Easy Diner
Most loved jewellery and accessories retailer, sponsored by James Glancy Design: Argento
Most loved health & beauty retailer, sponsored by Creative Emporium: Jagged Edge Barbers
Most loved children’s retailer, sponsored by Nottingham BID: The Disney Store
Most loved technology retailer, sponsored by Sir Robert McAlpine: KRCS
World class customer service award, sponsored by Bakehouse Factory: Ed’s Easy Diner
Store manager of the year - intu Victoria Centre, sponsored by Service Master: Gina Steed, Chisholm Hunter
Store manager of the year- intu Broadmarsh sponsored by Cartwright Communications: Fiona Launders, The Perfume Shop
Retailer of the year - intu Victoria Centre, sponsored by FHP: Ed’s Easy Diner
Retailer of the year – intu Broadmarsh, sponsored by Xcite: Wilko
A huge well done to all!
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