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Rob Mackie may be Cranbourne’s handiest man.
Mr Mackie took out the Victorian award for a multi-person Operation at the recent Hire A Hubby Franchisee of the Year Awards.
The award recognises great work from a ‘hubby’ who has successfully operated a multi-person franchise in their state.
“Since joining the Hire A Hubby network, my team and I have seen our business grow from strength to strength,” he said.
“A major part of the success comes from customer feedback. “We always aim to exceed expectations and ensure they are happy with our work.
“We pride ourselves on offering our customers different services, which can range from re-meshing fly screens to large-scale kitchen renovations – whatever we can do to make their lives easier,” Mr Mackie said.
“Receiving this award is a satisfying recognition that our team is truly helping Cranbourne residents with their handyman needs,” he said.
Mr Mackie joined Hire A Hubby three years ago, and is proud to be a sponsor of the Cranbourne Uniting church food truck, which helps provide meals to people who need a bit of a hand during tough times.
As a volunteer with the Country Fire Authority for the past 33 years, Mr Mackie has enjoyed serving his community.
Hire A Hubby CEO Brendan Green congratulated Rob on his award.
Rob also received Tradie of the Month for September at Cranbourne Bunnings Warehouse.
“It’s great to acknowledge the hard effort put in by the people in our network through the franchisee awards,” Mr Green said.
“Rob’s deserved win is testament to his success in developing and growing his business over the past year,” said Brendan.
All Hire A Hubby franchisees are police checked, fully insured and offer a workmanship guarantee.

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