Chamber announced business awards finalists

This year’s event is March 11 at SKY Helicopters at Pitt Meadows Regional Airport.

The Chamber of Commerce serving Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows has released the finalists for the 2017 Business Excellence Awards.

Every year, the chamber helps businesses to grow, across all sizes and sectors, in the two communities.

“Our Business Excellence Awards are just one way that we recognize and reward your success, innovation and hard work,” said executive director Andrea Madden.

This year’s event is March 11 at SKY Helicopters at Pitt Meadows Regional Airport.

Finalists:

(Community Spirit of the Year Award)

• Dewdney Animal Hospital;

• Johnston Meier Insurance Agencies Group;

• Ken Holland;

 

(Non-Profit Organization of the Year Award)

• Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Katzie, Seniors Network;

• The Family Education and Support Centre;

• The Friends in Need Food Bank;

 

(Agri-Business of the Year Award)

• Blue Heron Fruit Winery

• Blue Magic Greenhouses Ltd.

• Severinskis Farms Inc.

 

(Business of the Year Award, 1-10 employees)

• Ola Puppy Dog Grooming and Daycare;

• T’s Once Upon a Tea Leaf;

• P and L Speed Print Ltd.;

• Stomping Grounds Café, Bistro and Catering;

 

(Business of the Year Award, 11-20 employees)

• Boileau Electric and Pole line Limited;

• Envision Fitness;

• Fuller Watson BrandSource Home Furnishings;

• SKY Helicopters;

 

(Business of the Year Award, 21-plus employees)

• Advanced Flow Systems Inc.

• RST Instruments Ltd.

• Westridge Security Ltd.

 

(Non-Profit Leader of the Year Award)

• Lindy Sisson;

• Mark Vosper;

• Monica Hampu;

 

(Business Leader of the Year Award)

• Bart Findlay;

• Clint Callison;

• Nicole Archer;

• Tom Meier.

Tickets are $125. Email tami@ridgemeadowschamber.com for more information.

 

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