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Rutherglen women's shops on shortlist for national award PAULA Ogilvie who runs Sweet P and Fiona Stewart's Hairspray salon won 'best in Glasgow' awards.
08:00, 14 AUG 2016Pauline Ogilvie, Moira Murray and Wendy Whiteside with their award outside the Sweet P gift shop Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Business is booming for two Rutherglen women as their shops are voted the best in the Glasgow region. Paula Ogilvie, 46, who owns the Sweet P gift shop in Burnside, and Fiona Stewart's Hairspray hair salon in Glasgow picked up the top prize at the Glasgow Retail Business Awards. Now both shops will go head to head with stores in six regions across the country to be named best in Scotland. Paula, who grew up in Burnside and now stays in Cambuslang, was a teacher at Burnside Primary for more than 20 years before taking over the shop just under three years ago. Moira Murray and Wendy Whiteside make up the team of three and Paula's son Scott, mum Trisha and husband Ronnie help out whenever possible. Paula told the Reformer she was shell shocked to find out she had won. She said: louis vuitton shoes for baby "You get nominated quanto costa alma louis vuitton by a customer firstly and then people louis vuitton luggage amazon go online and vote. We also had a mystery shopper. "I'm really proud of the shop and the team and all their hard work. I'm a big believer in people shopping locally and helping local businesses so to be voted for by customers is great. "Without the customers we wouldn't be here. There are some lovely people who come into the shop so it's great to get that recognition from the community. "It's been huge to start a business and to change from being a teacher. To be in the community where I grew up was an added bonus. "To win this is just fantastic but to win a national award and be recognised throughout Scotland would be the icing on the cake." READ MORE: Two women will receive support after Rutherglen bank robbery Fiona Stewart, who owns Hairspray, won Best New Business in Glasgow Paula and her team will now compete with shops in Aberdeen, Perth, Edinburgh, louis vuitton agenda 2012 diary Angus and Fife to be crowned best Scottish gift shop. Fiona Stewart of Cathcart Road has owned her Hairspray business for just under a year but has already made a big impact on her clients. The 31 year old former Stonelaw High pupil is one of four members of staff at the salon, which will compete for the title of best Scottish new business. Fiona said: "We are over the Moon. It's my first year in the business so it's a big achievement.
We're looking forward to the final. We've been working our butts off.".
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