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Wisbech Sunlounger crowned business of the year after helping many experience a holiday of a lifetime





A firm that helps people jet off on an experience of a lifetime was crowned business of the year in the Fenland Citizen Business Awards.

Sunlounger, which has a branch in Wisbech, won the prestigious award at the black-tie ceremony which took place at March Braza Club on Friday night.

Managing director Iain Kirkbright attended the ceremony to collect his award and credited his staff for their “fantastic work ethic”.

Fenland Business Awards Business of the Year Sunlounger Travel, Director Iain Kirkbright receives the award
Fenland Business Awards Business of the Year Sunlounger Travel, Director Iain Kirkbright receives the award

Iain said: “We were obviously delighted to have been nominated for the award, there were some fantastic local businesses nominated alongside us, and to be in the same group as them was a huge achievement in itself, but to win is simply the icing on the cake.

“The award is in no small part thanks to the amazing teams we have in our stores in the local area, so this goes out to them for their fantastic work ethic, customer care and general excellence in their desire to find our clients the very best travel options and solutions available from our huge network of trade suppliers.

“We cannot express how proud we are of the teams we have in our business and how dedicated they are to excellence in everything they do.

Fenland Business Awards - All the winners
Fenland Business Awards - All the winners

“The business has only been running since 2019 and after the turbulent time the travel industry has suffered in the last four years, it’s really nice to see the hard work and dedication of everyone within the business finally pay off."

Sunlounger, which also has branches further afield in King’s Lynn and Milton Keynes, was up against Paragon Motor Company and Goldstar Metal Traders Limited to win the award.

Decisive IT sponsored this award category and Chris Hayden handed Iain his award.



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