Quebec’s ‘Les Princesses’ wins the annual Tim Cup Challenge

After a gruelling showdown between fellow Tim Hortons employees, a 4-person team called “Les Princesses” from Quebec was crowned as this winner of the 2014 Tim Cup Challenge. In 2012 it was the Newfoundland’s Renee’s Angels, followed by 2013 winner Pat-Nots.

Five teams from across Canada took part in simulated customer orders and were rated based on speed, skill, friendliness, and accuracy. In the end it was a Bromont, Quebec Tim Hortons that was victorious in this years Tim Cup Challenge and scored a cool $20,000 reward.

“The Tim Cup Challenge allows us to recognize and reward our team members for delivering exceptional guest experiences, and I am thrilled the challenge is now back for its third year,” said Bridget Miller, National Manager, Hospitality, Tim Hortons. “The purpose of the challenge is to encourage friendly competition, and to celebrate our hospitality all-stars, who work hard every day to serve our guests across Canada and the United States with speed, accuracy and a smile.”

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I'm obsessed with Tim Hortons. It runs through my veins and I've probably spent enough money downing Steeped Tea's that I could have purchased my own franchise.