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Miracle-Ear recognizes Great Bend local business owner for outstanding performance
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Great Bend entrepreneur Mark Kind, owner of Miracle-Ear Service Center located at 918 Williams in Great Bend, earned the prestigious 2010 Platinum Club award from the Miracle-Ear® franchise organization. Miracle-Ear presents the award to the top franchisees in their network for achievements in adhering to compliance standards and excelling in four weighted sales performance categories.
“It’s an honor to be recognized amongst my peers for this award,” said Kind. “This annual competition drives all of us to do our best in a ‘friendly’ battle to deliver great service and the latest in hearing aid technology to our customers. I’m proud to be one of this year’s top performers in a company full of top professionals.”
The Platinum Club contest is Miracle-Ear’s longest running contest among franchisees. This year’s winners earned a trip for two to the exclusive Hyatt Regency Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles from May 10-15. The full-service Dutch Caribbean resort features views of the Caribbean Sea and Spanish Water Bay.
“Our Platinum Club winners represent the best of the best in an organization that prides itself on delivering world-class quality and service,” said Diana Beaufils, senior vice president of franchise operations of Miracle-Ear. “Each of our winners is a great representative of our products and our traditions, and this recognition is our way of saying ‘thank you for a job well done’.”
Miracle-Ear Service Center in Great Bend is part of the Miracle-Ear franchise network, which has more than 60 years of experience in providing hearing loss solutions nationwide. Noted for outstanding service and convenient locations, the Miracle-Ear network continues to introduce innovative technology to customize hearing solutions to each individual’s hearing loss profile.