7-Eleven celebrates the extraordinary at 2019 Awards

    7-Eleven Australia’s state based teams have recognised and celebrated extraordinary team member contributions at the company’s conferences held in each state.

    7-Eleven Australia’s General Manager for Retail Operations Braeden Lord says the team members recognised demonstrate 7-Eleven’s values in the extraordinary outcomes they deliver in-store.

    “Our franchisees and store managers and their teams deliver a market leading experience to our customers every day,” Mr Lord said.

    “However, we have some individuals whose contribution is particularly remarkable. I’m thrilled to be able to celebrate their contributions in this year’s awards program.”

    2019 winners

    Together We Make the Ordinary Extraordinary award goes to:

    • Sanket Garg, 7-Eleven Sunshine (Vic)
    • Pawan Chaudhary, 7-Eleven Albion Park Rail South (NSW)
    • Ravneet Sahu and Rahul Bhardwaj, 7-Eleven Harristown and 7-Eleven Toowoomba East (QLD)
    • Palvi Varsani, 7-Eleven Caversham (WA)

    Reach Higher celebrates those who dream big, are bold in their actions, make things happen and make success contagious, says Mr Lord. Those recognised include:

    • Janet Mao, 7-Eleven South Oakleigh (Vic)
    • Raj Venkatesh, 7-Eleven Carlingford (NSW)
    • Chetan Korat, 7-Eleven West End and 7-Eleven Valley Metro (QLD)
    • Stacey Lough, 7-Eleven Haynes (WA)

    Do What’s Right is said to celebrate those who are true to themselves, challenge others appropriately, do what they say and own what they say they are going to do.

    • Carol Hanna, 7-Eleven Collingwood (VIC)
    • Alyce Gill, 7-Eleven Pheasants Nest South (NSW)
    • Elizabeth Bell, 7-Eleven Redlands Bay (QLD)
    • Jodi Hopkins, 7-Eleven Bibra Lake (WA)

    Delight Customers celebrates those who know its customers’ needs, delight them with options, make them smile and create meaningful moments, says Mr Lord. Those recognised include:

    • Cherian Thomas, 7-Eleven Malvern (VIC)
    • Deepak and Payal Chhabra, 7-Eleven Towradgi (NSW)
    • Julie Jiang and Bin Zhang, 7-Eleven Kirra (QLD)
    • Mandeep Singh, 7-Eleven Balga (WA)

    Thrive Together celebrates those who work together to unlock potential, back each other, create connections and embrace differences, says Mr Lord. Those recognised include:

    • Brodie Scantlebury, 7-Eleven Richmond (VIC)
    • Devender Kumar, 7-Eleven East Maitland (NSW)
    • Vasant Solanki and Hari Solanki, 7-Eleven Brunswick St (QLD)

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