The Grand Olympia Receives 2012 Hamilton Trillium Award of Excellence
The Trillium Award of Excellence is a beautification programs which rewards residents of Hamilton for their efforts in maintaining the city's landscape an attractive and pleasant one. This year the Grand Olympia is the winner of the Trillium Award
December 7, 2012 (Newswire.com) - The Trillium Award of Excellence was first initiated in 1956 as a means to reward Hamilton residents for the efforts they put in the beautification of their city. Each year, the best landscaping projects are awarded a prize of excellence which stands as proof of the professionalism and interest in the quality of Hamilton's image.
In 2012, the Grand Olympia (renting wedding halls in Ontario) was the fortunate winner of this prize and on the 18th of October Mr Raffay, founder and owner of the hospitality and convention centre, received the award during the Hamilton Fall Garden & Mum Show Celebration.
Alex Moroz, the community liaison coordinator congratulated Mr Raffay for his accomplishment. 'Over 300 volunteer judges contribute their time to judge all the properties in Hamilton, Dundas, Stoney Creek and Glanbrook. The program would not be successful without people like you who take pride in beautifying their properties. Thank you for all your hard work!', Mr Alex Moroz says.
But Mr Moroz is not the only one confident in the quality of the services offered at the Grand Olympia centre. Former clients are also highly satisfied with the centre's prestation when it comes to planning of events, attention to details, quality of food and atmosphere.
Hassan Nawil and his wife Fatha celebrated their wedding at the Olympia Grand and as they say, 'The place simply looked amazing and we are grateful to have chosen it, from the decor to the atmosphere it was one of elegance'.
The staff at the Grand Olympia centre can only be excited about the news. The prize and their customers' highly positive feedback come as a result of their hard work and their interest for the overall harmony between the place and its surroundings