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Are you being served? Retail workers who go above and beyond

CBC Ottawa is bringing back stories of impressive retail workers in Ottawa to remind shoppers in the thick of holiday purchases: there are people who pride themselves on great customer service.

CBC Radio's All in a Day profiled employees who impressed you with great service

  • On mobile? Click here to listen to the segment on Christine and Phil.

In March, CBC Radio's All in a Day did a series of interviews with retail workers who were a cut above, as part of a segment called "Are You Being Served?"

CBC Ottawa has decided to bring back these stories to remind shoppers in the thick of holiday purchases, there are people in this city who pride themselves on great customer service.

Click on the Soundcloud players to hear the stories behind these retail workers.

The final entrants on March 28 were two Loblaws employees: Phil Anderson at the Carlingwood location and Christine DuCharme at the MacArthur Road location.

Earlier Cameron Hawtin, Tristan Young, Natalie George, Irina Balabova, Ed Caira, Andy Stone, Inaas Kiryakos, Oscar Malan, Benoit Dumais, Devon Ford and Venessa DeMatteis were featured on All in a Day.

  • For Christian, Tristan, Natalie and Edward click here.

  • On mobile? Click here to listen to our segment on Andy.
  • On mobile? Click here to listen to our segment on Inaas.
  • On mobile? Click here to listen to our segment on Novel Idea.
  • On mobile? Click here to listen to our segment on Benoit.
  • On mobile? Click here to hear our segment on Devon.
  • On mobile? Click here to listen to our segment on Venessa.

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