Judged by UPS and Theo Paphitis of TV's Dragon's Den
Caernarfon Online Free Radio Campaign Winner!
The country's leading delivery service UPS in collaboration with Champion 103 FM have been on the hunt for a local business that delivers more for the
community. And now, thanks to UPS, they've got a winner...
Together with BBC Dragon's Den star, Theo
Paphitis they read through all the entries looking for the most
deserving local business. And congratulates Caernarfon Online as the winner:
"Our group of websites
provide up to the minute information on issues affecting Caernarfon and the
surrounding area. For a paltry fee we enable businesses to have a web presence
and deliver an Internet service that's second to none!"
UPS, they've won a specially made radio campaign starting
UPS brings global expertise
to a local level, and can empower your business to deliver more. UPS offers
morning deliveries to the UK and Europe from more countries worldwide than
anyone else in the industry.
Thanks to everyone who entered. Listen out
for the winning radio ad soon.
Gareth Edwards the website's editor is delighted with the win and said "To win this award is incredible and proves Caernarfon Online is forefront in the technology that puts businesses first. To be judged by none other than Theo Paphitis of the Dragon's Den and a large business like UPS is an honour in itself, but to win it...for once I am lost for words!
Gwynedd Councillor Roy Owen a former Royal Town Mayor said, "This is a fabulous achievement for the work this website does and goes some way in proving what I have always said, that we are very lucky to have such an incredible website here in Caernarfon. Once I stepped down as being Mayor for the town, I saw the website as a brilliant marketing tool and the voice of our locals. I am very proud to be a part of this by contributing my time to help out. The Internet is indeed the way forward and becoming the first port of call for most of us in obtaining news. I check up on COL every day (as do many others) to see what's happening in our town."