London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 27, 2012 -- London, UK, -- The esteemed Nikon-only dealer, Grays of Westminster, was presented with the What Digital Camera/Amateur Photographer 'Gold Winner' Good Service Award, as voted for by What Digital Camera readers and website visitors for the second year in a row.
This prestigious award was presented to Gray Levett, founder of Grays of Westminster, at the Amateur Photographer Annual Awards ceremony amid the glamorous surroundings of Quaglino's in London on 26th January.
Gray Levett said, "We were delighted to be honoured with this prestigious award last year and we are thrilled to have won it for a second year. Honours of course bring responsibilities, and that means we must continue to give our customers the very best service that we can. We are extremely grateful to everyone who voted for us; it is much appreciated. Thank you very much"
About Grays of Westminster
The legendary award-winning Grays of Westminster is a charming period shop, specialising exclusively in Nikon. Grays of Westminster offers knowledgeable advice and information on Nikon kit, whether new, second-hand or vintage, to customers who visit the shop in person, as well as a fast and reliable mail-order service on any Nikon item which is available to all world-wide destinations.
From their very beginning over a quarter of a century ago, they aimed at offering their customers the very best service and the finest in Nikon equipment. This tradition continues today.
Grays of Westminster also provides a vast range of photographic training sessions for its customers including subjects such as Mike Maloney's Photographic Workshop at the House of Lords; Heather Angel's Wildlife & Natural History Workshops; Simon Stafford's Definitive Flash, Portraiture, Landscape and Macro Training Sessions; Michael Eleftheriades' panoramic and colour-calibration seminars.
Grays of Westminster is situated in a quiet location in central London yet within walking distance of Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace.
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