YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR - Tyson Czuy of Adrenaline Motors accepts the award for Young Entrepreneur 2016.

YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR - Tyson Czuy of Adrenaline Motors accepts the award for Young Entrepreneur 2016.

Customer Service Excellence Award/ Young Entrepreneur 2016

Customer Service Excellence Award/ Young Entrepreneur 2016

Customer Service Excellence Award

The Customer Service Excellence Award is given out to the business that provides excellent end-to-end service to its customers.

This year Adrenaline Motors, Bayshore Market, Bukwildz, Pet Planet, Print Wizards, Rapid Auto Solutions, RoyAl Glass and Sylvan Lake Autopro Inc. were nominated to receive this award.

Tyson Czuy’s Adrenaline Motors received the honour for what Czuy believes is integral to running a business.

“Customer Service is everything,” he said. “I am in that business.”

Czuy credits Adrenaline Motors Customer Service directly to his staff.

“I couldn’t do it without my staff,” Czuy said. “They are the people that handle my customers from the second Erika picks up the phone, transitioning to sales rep and then to the financing agent. We try to treat everyone the way we like to be treated. It has paid off and it is great to be recognized.”

Czuy added that his staff works their tails off trying to generate business and that “it means everything for the town to recognize that and I am grateful.”

Young Entrepreneur

This award is new this year, with the award going to significant contributor to Sylvan Lake business under the age of 35 years old.

Tyson Czuy of Adrenaline Motors, Brody Wells of Alberta Flyboard Inc. and Kjeryn Davis of Bukwilds/Viva La Sirena were all nominated to receive the award.

Czuy would win the award saying “that one is absolutely huge I have to admit.”

Czuy felt it was huge considering the other talent in the field of nominees.

“I was up against Kjeryn and she does huge things in the community,” Czuy said. “She has opened up two locations so I definitely thought she had me beat. I believe that everyone who was nominated was a winner.”

Czuy is excited to see the explosion of young people in business community of Sylvan Lake and believes it is a very distinct experience in Central Alberta.

“Sylvan is such a young community,” he said. “The age demographic of my clientele is 20-40 and I came up in Innisfail at the Innisfail Truck Ranch where the average age was 55. It’s definitely young, fresh and exciting here.”

Czuy said his main goal was to remain in Sylvan for a long time.

“I want to make this community a brighter place to live,” he said. “I invite all my friends and family out here. There’s good things coming for our town.”

If you would like more information about Adrenaline Motors, you can log on to Adrenalinemotors.ca.

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