Welwyn Garden City instructor is top Rosemary Conley franchisee
Joy for Welwyn Garden City diet instructor as she wins top franchisee award for second time
YOU’VE heard of the phrase ‘behind every great man is a great woman’.
But for one award-winning WGC woman, the opposite is very much true.
Lindsey Peters has been named Rosemary Conley Diet and Fitness Club’s Franchisee of the Year for 2010 – the second time in five years she has scooped the honour.
But despite company rules meaning she had to attend the awards ceremony alone, she was quick to share the plaudits with her business partner and fiance Michael Wood.
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“It’s absolutely a team effort,” Lindsey told the WHT.
“He has helped me build this business to make it the very best. It wouldn’t run at this level without him. He mentors a lot of the members as well.”
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Lindsey added the award also belonged to every one of her 600 plus “wonderful” members.
“We have the best weight losses in the country,” she said.
At the ceremony, held in Milton Keynes, Rosemary described Lindsey as a “great ambassador” for the company.
Rosemary said: “She has energy, enthusiasm and commitment in abundance, and she is always happy to share her ideas and experiences.”
Lindsey, who also picked up a Five-Year Achievement Award, has always figured among the honours since taking over the franchise in 2005.
She was newcomer of the year first time round, won the top franchise prize in 2006, and has been a top 10 finalist (out of nearly 200 franchisees) every year.
She also won the special Rosemary Conley Award in 2007 for piloting the Kids 2 programme, a nutritional course for youngsters which has since been adopted across the country.