We had another wildly successful year at the latest industry gold standard Nutramino National Health & Fitness awards scooping first prize in four categories and winning all the accolades for Gym Team of the Year.
Hosted by ex-rugby star Alan Quinlan, over 300 health and fitness professionals attended the event in Dublin’s Mansion House that aims to highlight outstanding contributions and innovation from the industry.
We won the overall Customer Service Provider of the Year and our sister club 1escape Health Club in Dublin Smithfield was awarded Health Club of The Year. Our Club Manager Cian Doyle at the Icon Health Club on Dublin’s Camden street was bestowed with Club Manager of the year.
Our fitness teams dominated the Gym Team of The Year category, which we also won last year, with Iconic Health Clubs taking all three awards in this category – The Dartry Health Club came first, 1escape was awarded silver and Icon took bronze.
Iconic Health Clubs was also was awarded silver in the Group Operator of the Year.
Katherine O’Riordan, a spokesperson for the awards, said “We were proud to acknowledge Iconic Health Clubs as winners across such coveted categories. Iconic Health Clubs stood out for the range of classes and programmes, the impressive accreditations and facilities across all sites and their strong customer focus”.
“With the right balance on quality and driving up customer satisfaction it feels like Iconic Health Clubs have a clear strategy and a plan to deliver’, according to the judges.
Our Director of sales and marketing Ciara Lefroy said the Iconic Health Club team were beyond delighted that they had done so well, especially since so many of the awards recognised the personal touch that the our teams pride themselves on offering.
“I am so proud of our teams and thrilled to see them get the recognition for all the amazing work they do. We all truly love working in the health and fitness industry and the awards will only inspire us to keep doing what we are doing and encourage more people to get more active more often”, she said.