Vanderhoof business excellence awards

The Vanderhoof Chamber of Commerce will once again host business awards after seven years.

The Vanderhoof Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the return of their Business Excellence Awards (BEA).

Nomination forms can be found at the CIBC, RBC or Chamber of Commerce visitor centre. It’s free to nominate one person/business for each of the seven categories which include business of the year, citizen of the year, junior citizen of the year, community booster of the year, volunteer of the year, home based business of the year, and new business of the year.

Deadline for nominations is March 10 and the Vanderhoof Chamber of Commerce board of directors will vote on the winners.  (There will be no public vote this year)

The 2015 BEA will take place March 28 at the Senior Friendship Centre – doors open at 6:30 with dinner at 7:05.

For more information contact Spencer Siemens at the Chamber of Commerce at 250-567-2124.

 

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