Popular Swansea night spot, Sin City, has been recognised for its outstanding customer care by Swansea BID.
The much-loved venue, that has been operating in Dillwyn Street for 10 years has introduced local music fans to acts including Ed Sheeran, Ben Howard, Lower Than Atlantis, Example, Funeral for a Friend, The Twang, Plan B, Black Stone Cherry and more, while offering a warm welcome and a unique independent vibe.
Operations Manager at Swansea BID, Andrew Douglas, said: “Our venue and hospitality businesses have been going through such difficult times due to the pandemic and its ongoing restrictions and they have been at the front line of helping to keep people safe while doing their best to offer visitors the kind of enjoyable experience they expect. As owner of Sin City, but also the head of Swansea Hospitality Forum, Gary has been working hard to support Swansea city centre’s hospitably and night time venues through this difficult time. He has also found the impetus to open a new venue, The Jam Jar, in High Street, which I know will offer the same top quality customer care. We wish him continued success with these ventures that bring so much vibrancy to the city centre.”
Gary Lulham, Sin City owner, said: “I’m very pleased to be given an Extra Mile Award from Swansea BID. It gives me the opportunity to give huge praise and thanks to every Night Time Economy and Hospitality Operator throughout the City for the continued solidarity they have all shown throughout the pandemic. I dedicate the award to my colleagues in Sin City and The Jam Jar for simply being the best people to work with.”Extra Mile, Extra Mile Award, Gary Lulham, hospitality, Night time economy, Sin City, Swansea