Over 100 guests joined Top Mops at the Lakeside Park Hotel & Spa to celebrate the companies 25 years in business. Commencing with a drink’s reception, guests then enjoyed a specially prepared 4 course meal and a cabaret show from Huxley Magic.
A presentation then followed from Sarah Ford, Top Mops Relationship Manager who looked back from the company’s creation by Mark Tutty in 1998 and the key milestones over the past 25 years to today where Top Mops is widely recognised as one of the souths leading and multi award winning contract cleaning companies, employing over 300 staff across the region, managed from its head office based in Sandown.
The presentation by Sarah reflecting on many key milestones including awards success, the company’s long association with the Isle of Wight Festival and its critical support for the NHS during the Covid Pandemic.
Awards were then presented to members of the Top Mops team, with Adrian Abraham receiving the Team Award, Aidan Atkins the Newcomer Award. Loren Tutty, Mark Hadley, Craig Ford, Brian Tutty, Perry Brown and Davey Boon all received Long Service Awards. The Old Smithy in Godshill receiving the award as the longest standing Top Mops customer, celebrating a relationship that goes back to when the company first started.
A raffle and auction held on behalf of Cancer Research, saw intense bidding raising £1,546 on the night with prizes and lots generously donated by many leading island businesses, including WightFibre, HoverTravel, Island Tea & Coffee Co, JR Zone and BeCalmed of Cowes. Guests were then entertained by an exclusive DJ set from Jamie White as they enjoyed the rest of the evening, created their own memories using the photobooth and continued to celebrate 25 years of Top Mops.
Mark Tutty, Top Mops Founder and Managing Director summed up the event: “What a great evening and amazing opportunity to celebrate all that the company and our team have achieved over the past 25 years. The customers we are proud to work with and pride we take as an island business. Here’s to the next 25 years.”