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Help Us Find Lincoln’s Friendliest Business

Help Us Find Lincoln’s Friendliest Business

Posted on 07th July, 2017

We’ve launched a new campaign to make Lincoln known as one of the friendliest cities in the UK with a reputation for outstanding customer service – but we need your help!

Lincoln is already rated as 12th in a national poll of Britain’s Top Cities. We’ve already got the history, the scenic streets, the café and bars, the theatres and shopping centres – but showing Lincoln is one of the most courteous towns in the UK could take it into the top ten! 

Visit Lincoln is joining forces with The Bailgate Independent and The Lincolnite on the Courtesy Call campaign. We are also looking for businesses and organisations that go the extra mile for their customers and clients, and we need you to nominate courteous characters.

If you would like to nominate a business, person or organisation for the Courtesy Call project can email The Bailgate Independent.

We’ll mention nominations through Visit Lincoln’s social media and newsletters, and each month a worthy recipient will be featured on The Lincolnite. The Courtesy Call campaign is backed by the National Campaign for Courtesy.

What really makes a difference and leaves a lasting impression are the people and personalities you find behind Lincoln’s shop fronts.  Through this Courtesy Call campaign we want to recognise and reward people who go the extra mile, but we can only do that through your nomination.

Chairman of the Bailgate Area Guild and Bunty’s Tearoom owner Matt Feltgate (pictured) encouraged businesses to get involved in the campaign: “With both my chairman’s and Bunty’s hats on, I’d say that excellent customer service is of the utmost importance. We should all be ambassadors – promoting our businesses and our great city, to encourage customers to return again and again.”

To nominate a business, person or organisation email The Bailgate Independent.

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