Atlanta Kitchen Wins Consumers’ Choice Award Second Year in Row
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Construction Resources, Inc. announces that Atlanta Kitchen was recently honored with a Consumers’ Choice Award from Survey Sampling International, a global leader in consumer polling, in the Custom Granite Countertops Supplier/Installer category. Held at the Grand Atrium on Thursday, Nov. 14 in Atlanta, the awards exemplify business excellence in customer service and superior value.
“This marks the second year in a row that Atlanta Kitchen has received this award,” explained Mitch Hires, president of Construction Resources, Inc. “We have worked hard this year to go above and beyond for our customers in order to provide them with quality products. We couldn’t have won this award without them.”
Award recipients are determined through customer service ratings as a result of a three phase process. Atlanta Kitchen was first nominated by consumers based on its service, value and professionalism. Then, a yearly open ended survey was conducted followed by an ethics review in which Atlanta Kitchen came out on top.
In addition to its Consumers’ Choice Awards, Atlanta Kitchen is also accredited by the Marble Institute of America. This accreditation recognizes companies that meet the industry’s highest standards for business activities, product knowledge, fabrication and installation.
“After going through the accreditation process and then being awarded based on our customers’ satisfaction, it just shows that Atlanta Kitchen is the primary choice for countertops and other specialty home improvements in Atlanta,” continued Hires.
After enjoying a night of good food, hearing guest speaker and bestselling author Myra Golden discuss her book Beyond Wow and meeting guest of honor Belinda Skelton of WSB Radio, Atlanta Kitchen is looking forward to serving its customers even better in 2014.
Visit www.CRHomeUSA.com to learn more, or stop by Atlanta Kitchen to tour its 30,000 square foot design center with indoor slab gallery.