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Hameedia continues winning streak at SLIM NASCO

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Hameedia, the leading menswear specialist in Sri Lanka, once again was recognized for service excellence at the recently concluded SLIM NASCO 
2016 Awards. 

This is the third consecutive time that Hameedia has been awarded this prestigious award, making it a hat trick for the company. With its team members winning a total of five national awards Hameedia added another significant accolade to its already well-established standing as a retail pioneer. 
SLIM NASCO is a premier event in Sri Lanka that recognizes sales excellence, rewarding and motivating sales professionals to achieve greater heights. Its prime objective remains to raise the standards of sales professionalism in Sri Lanka and this prestigious event was held for the eighth consecutive year. 

Commenting on emerging a winner at 2016 NACSO awards once again, Hameedia Managing Director Fouzul Hameed had this to say, “We are indeed delighted to see so many of our team members being recognized for delivering excellent service standards and it is an honour to continue this winning streak three years in a row. We take great pride in what we do and our commitment to service excellence has seen us setting a new benchmark in the retail fashion industry. 
Exceptional customer service remains an integral part of our ethos throughout our company. Our team remains dedicated to delivering quality customer service on par with international retail experience and this is what we offer our valued customers. We have once again been recognized for our endeavours and this indeed spells success to us.”

Competing under the categories of Territory Manager, Supervisor and Front Liner, Hameedia along with signature team members were seen walking away with Silver and Bronze awards in their respective categories. Shalika Prageeth Premarathna, bagged a Silver award for Territory Manager category whilst N. Dhanushka Welagedara and Mohomad Ikram walked away with Silver and Bronze awards under the Supervisor category. Chamath Silva and Viraj Balasooriya also walked away with Silver and Bronze in the Front 
Liner category. 

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