BAM’s Client Appreciation Day

Every year, BAM hosts a client appreciation day.  I started this annual occasion as a way to let our clients and suppliers know that they matter to us and to thank them for their continued business and loyalty. Building and maintaining client relationships is a central part of what we do at BAM. I’ve watched these relationships blossom and grow over the years and I can say honestly that the whole team looks forward to client appreciation day each year! Over the years, it’s transformed into a day where we not only thank our clients and suppliers, but we spend the day enjoying each other’s company and celebrating a year of success. This year, team BAM invited clients and suppliers for a day on the water in Muskoka. We had a fantastic turnout and it was great to see everyone.

Here is sneak peek of how we spent the afternoon. There’s a full album of photos on our Facebook page, too.

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A special thanks to Paul, Carrie, Rob and Nikki from Empire Communities, Stephanie and Amanda from Brookfield Residential, Dino and Marilyn from PACE Developments, Dave from Lancaster Homes, Rocco from Beyond Signs, Colin from Lifeline Graphics, Susan and Dionne from Wall2Wall Media and Judy and Andy from PMA Brethour.

I always stress the importance of communicating openly and honestly with our clients – it’s essential to ensure our interactions are effective for both parties. BAM client appreciation day will continue to be an annual tradition because I truly believe in working together as people rather than business contacts.




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