Vehicle repair specialists, Revive! High Wycombe has been nominated for a prestigious award at the coveted Thames Valley Business and Community Awards, thanks to its commitment to high-quality customer care.
Revive! High Wycombe, led by Walters Ash resident Byron Lindsay, has been shortlisted in The SME (small and medium-sized enterprises) of The Year category, an award that celebrates organisations which have had a positive impact in the area, provide a unique service to customers and possess an excellent financial record.
The firm’s unique service offering and commitment to customer care is what caught the attention of the esteemed judging panel, who will announce the winners at the Hilton Reading Hotel on Wednesday 30th November 2022.
Byron and the team have amassed over 1,500 reviews on TrustPilot, with an impressive 98.9% of customers rating their experience as being either excellent or good.
So many delighted customers can no doubt be attributed to the fact that Revive! offers a mobile service to their customers, meaning customers do not need to go to a repair garage.
One of the firm’s four technicians travels to the customer’s home or place of work and almost always complete the repair within a few hours. Meanwhile, for larger or more complex jobs, the firm also boasts a rapid repair centre based in High Wycombe, where the customer’s vehicle is picked up by a technician, repaired at the facility within hours, before finally being dropped off at the customer’s home.
Byron Lindsay, owner at Revive! High Wycombe, commented: ‘We know how important people’s cars are to their lives, and we really care about Thames Valley communities, so to help countless drivers get back on the road in the area has been so rewarding and helped keep our local economy moving.
It goes without saying that we are living in difficult financial times, but by being nominated alongside other forward-thinking and successful businesses for this award – it goes to show that our company, and the wider Thames Valley economy, is well and truly alive and kicking.‘
Further information about Revive! High Wycombe can be found on their website at https://revive-uk.com/.
*Source of article : Press release on behalf of Revive! High Wycombe by Red Marlin.