Porsche Centre Bolton recently sponsored the Small Business Award at the 2018 Red Rose Awards.
The awards ceremony was held at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool on 8 March 2018 where more than 1,100 guests gathered to celebrate business excellence in Lancashire.
Steve Webb, Porsche Centre Bolton Centre Principal, was delighted to present the Small Business Award to family-owned Gazegill Organics.
The judges for this category were bowled over by what they described as an ‘inspiring’ family run business ‘who have transformed a traditional farm operation into an innovative food business providing a model example of business diversification… Not only are Gazegill Organics committed to organic farming practices that open up new markets for their food produce, they demonstrate real concern over the natural environment, nature conservation and renewable energy.’
Steve and the team at the Centre would like to offer Gazegill Organics our heartfelt congratulations.
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