Extraordinary contributions in 7-Eleven franchises were recently celebrated at a gala awards dinner in Melbourne.
The dinner was a highlight of a two-day event that saw the team come together to connect to and understand the company’s ambitions for 2030.
According to 7-Eleven CEO Angus McKay, the award winners have made every moment matter, exemplifying the values of the business in how they achieved some outstanding outcomes.
Extraordinary contribution winners
The winners were:
- Withers Barlow Scholarship – Joe Trang, Business Partner Assets and Facilities Management – NSW
The Withers Barlow Scholarship is awarded each year to a team member who exemplifies all of our values every day, says Mr McKay.
The award reflects the unique contributions of 7-Eleven founders Russ Withers and Bev Barlow.
- Reach Higher – Alex Foley, Retail Business Manager Corporate – Victoria. Cameron Lindley, Senior Brand Manager
- Do What’s Right – Hannah Momot, Workplace Relations Manager and Michael Craig, HR Business Partner – Corporate
- Delight Customers – Daniel Halaska, Regional Manager NSW/ACT, Lynita Halaska, Learning a
nd Development Lead – NSW
- Thrive Together – Nick Maddox, State Manager – Western Australia
The Thrive Together award celebrates someone who looks for the best in people and who unlock their own and others’ potential and embraces the uniqueness others bring to a situation, says Mr McKay
“The calibre of the people at 7-Eleven is something that as a leader I am incredibly proud of, and I’m excited about what the team will achieve as we work together to provide our customers with extraordinary experiences every time they shop with us,” he concluded.