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Voting begins for Pink Service Awards 2006

The voting lines are now open for the Pink Home Loans Service Awards 2006.

The awards recognise service excellence in the financial services industry for lenders, suppliers and intermediaries.

Intermediaries can vote for the lenders and suppliers they feel have delivered exceptional service over the past 12 months and the lenders and suppliers get to vote for intermediaries.

There are 23 awards up for grabs including Overall broker/lender of the year.

Log on to, and click on either lender or broker, depending on which one you are, to vote.

The online form allows free type so you have the freedom to enter the name of the broker or intermediary you would like to nominate for each award.

Tony Jones, managing director at Pink Home Loans, says; Pink is delighted to be holding these prestigious awards for the fourth year running.

“It is important to recognise service excellence because it is a key differentiator and sets organisations apart from their competitors.

“Due to the popularity of the event we have decided that it will once again be held at the Botanical Gardens in Birmingham on September 28.


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