We were shocked and so sympathetic to the Sean Hanna team earlier this year when the company’s annual awards bash was cancelled at extremely short notice, paralysing plans for a well-deserved celebration. Such rotten luck to have chosen the night club at the Chelsea football ground which was suddenly closed due to the sanctions against Roman Abramovich! Just when you think you’re out of the Covid Lockdown and want to raise spirits and reward achievement… another spanner in the works.
So with big smiles we’re told by Sean that he invited teams from all six salons (London and Cambridge) to join him last week for a Picnic in the Park. Partners, kids and dogs were included in a get-together with a host of games to up the competitive vibe and add to the fun. A tug of war, maybe a wheelbarrow race, or a go at rounders anyone? Importantly this was the chance to hand out the long-anticipated awards. Well done everyone especially the winners (scroll for names…)
“After our awards ceremony was cancelled earlier in the year, we have been looking for an appropriate opportunity to present our team with their awards. Our Picnic in the Park was perfect. Everyone had a lot of fun and many brought their children along to join in the mayhem. Whilst everyone was together, it seemed the perfect time to present our award winners with their trophies.” Sean Hanna
Winners shout out
Home care specialist – STYLIST: Joanna Sawyer at Canary Wharf
Home care specialist – RECEPTIONIST: Karen Bright at Cambridge
Edward Bywaters award: Charlotte Bridges at Cambridge
People’s Choice: Eun Sook Halls at Wimbledon
Receptionist of the Year: Jan Turner at the Call Centre
Social Media Award: Rachel Bentley at Cambridge
Salon Sylist of the Year: Emma Diaz at Cambridge
Manger of the Year: Emma Diaz at Cambridge
Newcomer of the Year: Amy Farrow at Cambridge
Catwalk Image of the Year: Phoebe Carraro at Sutton
AvantGarde Stylist of the Year: Amy Farrow at Cambridge
Colourist of the Year: Jen Smith at Putney
Mens Stylist of the Year: Gina Conte at Sutton
Stylist of the Year: Amy Kilby at Sutton
Salon of the Year: Cambridge
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