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Everyday Miracles Devon Company nominated for top award

Press Release: February 23, 2010

Consisting of 15 categories, The Wow Awards were set up in 1999 to recognise companies who deliver outstanding customer service.

Everyday Miracles was set up 18 months ago and is dedicated to improving the lives of the forgotten elderly, in care and nursing homes, through a variety of therapeutic activity sessions.

Its such a great honour to be nominated for a Wow Award and we cant wait until 23rd to find out whether weve won. At Everyday Miracles we know that our presenters deliver activity sessions which are filled with playfulness and humour to achieve a high level of fun for all involved. Our sessions promote well-being at all levels, taking the strain from care home managers. Its super to be recognised in this way for our achievements, but this is only the beginning. What wed love to see franchises around the country for this service enriching the lives of the elderly everywhere. Chris Harding, MD, Everyday Miracles.

Everyday Miracles will find out if they have won the award on the 23rd February and the event will culminate with a Gala Awards Ceremony in later in the year. Other companies nominated for Wow Awards include Green & Blacks, Ladbrokes and The NHS.

For further details on Everyday Miracles
please visit www.everydaymiracles.co.uk or call 01364 652729

For media enquiries please contact:
Claire Bustin
Call 07870 808 166


All of the finalists were nominated by customers for these prestigious awards. And an independent panel of expert judges decided the winners. The stories are absolutely fantastic! Enough to melt the heart of every experienced judge and make the people of Britain feel proud.
The Wow Awards were started in 1999 by Managing Director, Derek Williams.

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