Northern AgriServices Kingaroy has is nominated as a finalist to receive the CRT 2018 Queensland and Northern Territory Business of the Year award. Captured: Lucas Kerkow, Brooke Rutledge, Mark Schmidt, Michelle Jones, Graeme Donohue, Robert Horton and Rob Masters.
Northern AgriServices Kingaroy has is nominated as a finalist to receive the CRT 2018 Queensland and Northern Territory Business of the Year award. Captured: Lucas Kerkow, Brooke Rutledge, Mark Schmidt, Michelle Jones, Graeme Donohue, Robert Horton and Rob Masters. Northern AgriServices

Kingaroy business in running for state award

A KINGAROY business has been nominated as a finalist to be Queensland's business of the year.

Northern AgriServices Kingaroy has high hopes of claiming the Combined Rural Traders (CRT) 2018 Queensland and Northern Territory Business of the Year award.

Queensland and Northern Territory CRT state manager Sharon Dew said the nomination came from delivering outstanding results each year.

"Northern AgriServices Kingaroy continue to show why they are one of the top performing stores in the state and it is fantastic to see them nominated for this year's award," she said.

"Northern AgriServices Kingaroy demonstrate a high level of professionalism, service standards and community support. We are very proud to have this business as a part of the CRT group in Queensland.

"They are an excellent example of the expertise and high level of service that are integral to what it means to be a part of CRT."

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Mark Schmidt from Northern AgriServices is extremely proud of his team's triumph.

"The team and I are very proud to be nominated for this award," he said.

"We pride ourselves on what we do and have a terrific customer base. There are a lot of great CRT businesses in QLD, so to be nominated is a good achievement for us."

The Ruralco executive general manager in charge of the CRT network, Greg O'Neil, praised the business for its service to the community and the greater CRT network.

"This store is an invaluable part of the region which stems from their strong community involvement and commitment to meeting the needs of locals for which they provide. They remain strong contributors to the CRT group and are held in the highest regard by fellow CRT stores," he said.

The winner will be announced at a CRT conference held on February 10, and will represent Queensland in nomination for the National CRT 2018 Business of the Year Award.

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