DICKIES AWARD RACESAFE BSB MARSHAL OF THE YEAR
The inaugural Dickies Racesafe Marshal of the Year Award was presented to Bryan Webb at the gala finale of the 2012 UK Worker of the Year Competition last weekend.
Bryan was presented the Award by Chris Walker and Maurice Morton, Marketing Director of Williamson-Dickie Europe, following a vote by his Racesafe colleagues from a shortlist of six nominations.
Bryan, along with his family, have a long association with British motorcycle racing which extends back to the 1970s where he was part his father-in-law Harold Coppock's team as a mechanic, working with many top riders including Steve Parrish and the late Steve Henshaw. In the 1990s he exchanged spanners for flags, becoming a marshal and official at Club, National and International events. He proudly holds the great achievement of officiating at each and every BSB event since its re-launch in 1996.
MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship Series Director Stuart Higgs commented: "Bryan is an outstanding member of the marshal community. He thoroughly deserved to win the inaugural Award for his commitment, dedication and experience that he has shown not only during the season but also in the past."
Bryan Webb said: "It was an honour for me to receive this Award and it really means a lot to me, especially as it was voted for by my fellow marshals and riders. It really is an amazing feeling to have been given this recognition and I am proud to be part of the Racesafe community and the Championship."
Dickies joined the MCE BSB Championship in 2012, becoming the Official Supplier of work wear to all of the Racesafe Marshals who volunteer trackside each weekend.
ABOUT UK WORKER OF THE YEAR
UK Worker of the Year searches for workers who exemplify what doing a good job is all about and workwear giant, Dickies and car manufacturer SEAT UK expanded and enhanced the competition for 2012 to help better reach and reward the UK workforce.
The 2012 UK Worker of the Year won a SEAT Exeo S Ecomotive as part of their prize for winning the title and there were holidays for the runners up, as well as various products from the Dickies range of high quality workwear.
UK Worker of the Year was live for entries and nominations for the competition between May and September.
UK Worker of the Year is free to enter and is open to any UK worker aged 17 or over at the commencement of the competition.
The finalists were invited in October to meet judges at the world famous Pinewood Film Studios – home, among many other blockbusters to the James Bond movies and TV favourites such as Dragons’ Den.
The crowning of the UK Worker of the Year took place at a gala finale in November, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Marlow.
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