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Finalists – again!
After being finalists in the CAM therapy expo clinic of the year national awards, we were thrilled to be also make the finals in the Muddy Stilletto competition, another opportunity to be recognised as Oxford’s best clinic. We were entered by our friends and patients who ensured we reached the final 5 of Oxford’s Best Complementary Therapy Clinics which included the following line up:
We have a good relationship with the other clinics on the list, many of whom we’ve met at professional development days, or know in other ways, which is another good reason to win!!
What are the Muddy Stilettos Awards?
Muddy Stilettos is a blog which according to their website has a readership of 15000 readers, most of whom are described as “intelligent, cosmopolitan, fun-loving women in the two counties”, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
The blog is only 2 years old and is written by a national journalist Hero Brown, and includes lots of brilliant blogs about local walks, food, hotels, day trips, and much more.
At the moment we don’t appear on her website, but hopefully, with your help we will in the near future. The voting ends on the 23rd May so please don’t delay and vote now!
What do we win if we’re voted Oxford’s Best Clinic?
Apart from giving us all at the clinic a warm tingly feeling at being recognised for the work we do, we also stand to win a trophy, a gold rosette, and lots of free media coverage – which is always nice, (especially as we’re often too busy to do it ourselves!)
How can you help us – vote!
We need you to vote for us. You’ll find all sorts of amazing other categories like best theatre, health club, cafe, fitness instructor, pub etc.etc. but obviously we want your vote…so don’t get distracted! We’re about 2/3rds of the way down the page, and all you have to do is put a tick against our name, and go to the bottom of the page where you’ll find a submit button.
The page looks like this:
Thanks for helping us, we look forward to letting you know how we get on.
by James Ruddick [firstname.lastname@example.org]