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Loyalty was rewarded in the shape of magnums of champagne for three long-serving employees of the award-winning online travel company,

'I suspect they will prove rather more useful than a inscribed plaque or carriage clock', said Wimbledon MP Mr Stephen Hammond, when he made the presentations during a visit this week (Nov 30) to the company's offices in The Broadway, Wimbledon.

Iglu was founded in 1998 by Richard Downs and today is one of the UKs leading ski and cruise retailers.

Mr Hammond said: 'I was delighted to visit Iglu's offices and see their ski and cruise holiday websites in action. They offer some exciting internet job opportunities for local people and are proof that internet companies can thrive and grow in Wimbledon.'

Caption: Mr Hammond (centre) with, from the left, Richard Downs and award winners Alys Sawell, Kirsteen Fox and Matt Goodwin who have all been with Iglu for more than ten years.

Written by Peter Miller

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