Physio wins Spectrum Award for Customer Service Excellence
City Beat News Grants Spectrum Award for Customer Satisfaction Excellence to Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness
Asheville, North Carolina
Businesses are honored for receiving high customer satisfaction ratings with the CBN Spectrum Award. Only business that delivery top notch customer service are eligible for nomination.
City Beat News (CBN) is rolling out the announcements of those businesses winning the prestigious Spectrum Award for Excellence in Customer Satisfaction. We are pleased to announce Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness in Asheville, NC has won this award for 2016! The Physio Team noted they pride themselves on the experience they provide their clients, and are thrilled to be honored with this award.
The Spectrum Awards are announced on the CityBeatNews.com website and elsewhere. CBN recognizes award winners for the benefit of consumers and businesses, both of whom want unbiased research regarding customer service. Consumers can verify a company’s status as a Spectrum winner and know they can anticipate the great service others have had, while businesses want to know how they stack up in the eyes of their customers.
Winners are based on CBN’s independent, proprietary research and evaluation system, which identifies businesses with a track record of top-flight customer experience and customer satisfaction. The rating system combines data collected from nominations, online and other customer reviews, surveys, blogs, social networks, business-rating services, and other honors and accolades — all of which express the voice of the customer. It synthesizes many sources of information into one simple rating for the year.
Chris Taylor, Physical Therapist and Founder of Physio, was quoted “I am really excited for the Physio Team to be recognized with this award. We have a fantastic group of people that truly care for Asheville community and are thrilled to be honored by this accomplishment. Thank you!”
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