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Bourneville takes the night off to party

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Bourneville Catering Equipment will be cracking open the champagne tonight to mark 10 years in business.

The Solihull distributor plans to celebrate with suppliers and customers at a special party taking place at Birmingham’s Fleet Street kitchen.

The Voice contestant Moni Tivony will be performing at the event, while guests will have a chance to win an iPad Mini, a luxury weekend break and tickets for the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

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Above all, though, the company is keen to toast the progress it has made in the past decade.

Managing director, John McEvoy, says that Bourneville set out from the beginning to be a company that offers an extremely high level of service and he insists he is proud that by achieving that it has managed to retain customers that were there from the start.

“It is highly fulfilling to be associated with many fantastic businesses and educational establishments and I am delighted that myself and my team have fabulous relationships with many experienced caterers, and I hope this will continue for many years to come,” he said.

Bourneville specialises in the design, supply and installation of catering equipment and food servery counters for all types of catering operations.

McEvoy says that despite hitting the 10-year milestone, the company won’t be resting on its laurels.

“My aim for the next 10 years is to maintain the fantastic reputation we boast throughout the industry and to continue to grow year on year with the aid of our loyal and future customers and our fantastically supportive suppliers,” he said.

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