Smiley staff at Havant shop scoop service award at We Can Do It event

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WELCOMING customers with happy faces and a friendly attitude saw a business named winner for Service with a Smile.

The Burrito Man in Havant scooped the prize after going the extra mile when serving customers in the shop.

Lord Mayor of Portsmouth Frank Jonas presenting the Service With A Smile award to winners The Burrito Man in Havant ''Picture: Sarah Standing (151816-7805)

Lord Mayor of Portsmouth Frank Jonas presenting the Service With A Smile award to winners The Burrito Man in Havant ''Picture: Sarah Standing (151816-7805)

And they held a street party to encourage people to visit Park Parade.

Staff members Dan Kelsey, Amy Griffiths and Jordan Anscomb picked up the award.

Amy said: ‘It feels amazing to have won.

‘It is really surprising. We have been here now for a couple of years so to get this recognition feels great.

We didn’t expect it and when we saw the other nominees in the category we never thought we would win.

Amy Griffiths

‘We didn’t expect it and when we saw the other nominees in the category we never thought we would win.’

Since opening the first store, The Burrito Man now has three branches and is 
going from strength to strength.

Jordan added: ‘Staff are more like family than colleagues. It is important for us to be in the community and welcoming people to us.’

Runner-up in the category went to Paula Lawes who makes home-made meals for vulnerable families.