Sue Dash, the proprietor of Chocolate Drops, was presented the City of Wanneroo Mayor’s Visionary award at the recent City of Wanneroo Business Awards night. Congratulations and well deserved.
Chocolate Drops was a Major Sponsor at the WA Young Achiever Awards 2016, held on Friday May 13th.
The WA Young Achiever Awards exist to acknowledge, encourage and promote the positive achievements of all young people in Western Australia up to and including 29 years of age as of 31st December 2016. Chocolate Drops has always been keen to promote youth in the work place, actively employing youth in the local Yanchep, Two Rocks and surrounding areas.
Chocolate Drops supplied chocolates presented on side plates at each table setting.
A Chocolate Drop Gift Basket was also presented in the night.
To see the winners of the awards, you can watch this video.
Chocolate Drops was invited to participate in the Fresh Produce display at the Black Tie V8 Supercars Dinner held at Barbagallo Raceway.
“The produce display that came together looked great and your chocolate was definitely a favourite amongst our attendees.”
We also supplied the chocolate that was used to make a delicious cheesecake for the night as well as City of Wanneroo Business Cards made of course of chocolate!
Our contribution included one of our Aboriginal Art chocolate slabs.
Chocolate Drops featured in a Tri-Cities Promotional Video shown to the Federal Parliament in order to raise much needed funds for major projects in the three Local Government Areas.
Tri-Cities is a collaboration between the Cities of Wanneroo, Joondalup and Stirling. The Mayors of each city visit Canberra on a regular basis to lobby for funds to support major projects in each City.
The promotional video featured representative businesses of each City and Chocolate Drops was chosen as one of the businesses to represent City of Wanneroo. Over 50 bags of Australiana and City of Wanneroo themed chocolates were presented to members of Parliament as a show case of our product.
Chocolate Drops was one of the first businesses in Australia to be granted Chinese Accreditation along with Proprietor Sue Dash and Assistant Manager Shaye Fitzpatrick.
Accreditation recognises Chocolate Drops as a Chinese Visitor friendly business which is promoted domestically in China and allows the use of various logos recognised by Chinese Visitors.
The menu has also been translated into Mandarin.
Chocolate Drops has won a Silver Award in the “Specialised Tourism Services” category of the recent Western Australian Tourism Awards.
Thanks to Dave & Maggie Catley from MADCAT Photography for helping us put our award submission together.
We would also like to congratulate Mayor Tracey Roberts & the City of Wanneroo for being finalists in their first ever entry to the Western Australian Tourism Awards.