Chamber to honour Sicamous business excellence

Who do you think deserves to be a star in Sicamous Chamber’s Business Excellence Awards?

Who do you think deserves to be a star in Sicamous Chamber’s Business Excellence Awards?

Residents are invited to select a category and submit their nominations today.

Nominators will be entered into a draw for a gift basket.

In order to nominate a business it must be a Sicamous & District Chamber member in good standing.

Nominations must be received at the Chamber office by Oct. 12,, at 4 p.m. and can be done by fax 250-836-4368 or online www.sicamouschamber.bc.ca. Nominations can also be dropped off to the chamber office at 314A Finlayson Street.

Categories include:

• Business Role Model of the Year

This local business person is an excellent role model and leader in the business community. Consideration will also be given to innovative ideas and a high standard of excellence.

• Community Involvement

This award honours individuals whose actions and decisions make a positive impact on the community and for whom social responsibility is part of their daily operations.

• Creativity in Business

Awarded to a business that has demonstrated exceptional creativity in product development, originality, marketing, esthetics and atmosphere.

• Service Excellence

This award honours the business which has achieved excellence in all facets of their customer service.

• Tourism Enhancement

This award honours a Sicamous and District-based tourism business that has consistently delivered a top-quality product and/or service that has enhanced tourism in the area.

• Young Entrepreneur

This award honours an outstanding young businessperson in Sicamous between the ages of 18 to 35.

• Community Service Contributor

This provides recognition for an organization or a not-for-profit that excels in their commitment to improving the community through their service.

• Volunteer Excellence

This award honours an individual volunteer who aspires to an exceptional level of commitment and service for the benefit of the residents of Sicamous.

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