More than 60 businesses nominated for business excellence awards

Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce receives over 60 nominations for Business Excellence Awards.

  • Feb. 22, 2013 2:00 p.m.

The Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce offers its congratulations to all the nominees for this year’s Business Excellence Awards that will be presented on Saturday, March 9 during a gala dinner event.

A total of 62 individuals and businesses were nominated in the various award categories as follows in alphabetical order.

3064 Royal Canadian Army Cadets: community service.

B&M Mechanical Services: manufacturing.

Bootlegger: customer service.

Sushi California: food services.

Canoe Creek Indian Band: newsmaker.

Cariboo Chilcotin Jetboat Adventures: hospitality.

Cariboo Truck Terminal Ltd.: customer service.

Cariboo Water Purification Centre: customer service.

Carmens Restaurant: hospitality, food services.

Chap’s Auto Body: customer service.

Chris Harris Photography: hospitality.

City Vacuum: customer service.

Cobalt Spas: customer service.

Creative Scissor: customer service.

Dandelion Living: customer service, greatest improvement.

Denise Skarra: community.

Dr. Rudy Wassenaar: customer service.

Elysia Resort: hospitality, customer service.

Essence Pilates Fitness Studio: customer service.

Gecko Tree Cafe and Catering: food service.

Gibraltar Mines Ltd.: manufacturing

Gustafson’s Dodge Chrysler Jeep: greatest improvement.

Highlands Irrigation Ltd.: customer service

Imperial Metals Corp.: newsmaker.

Intrigue Hair Studio: customer service.

Jason Ryll: Hugh Stahl Award.

Juniper Trails B&B: hospitality.

Kal Tire: customer service.

Kids Running for Kids – Rya Enns: newsmaker

Kim Colgate Re4rm Fitness: customer service, greatest improvement.

Lindsey Mann: newsmaker.

Margetts Meats: customer service

Mark Beck – Purolator: customer service.

Mount Polley Mine: Manufacturer.

New World Coffee and Tea House: food service.

Oliver Street Bar and Grill: food service.

O-Netrix Solutions Inc.: greatest improvement.

Petro-Canada: customer service.

Pioneer Log Homes: manufacturing.

Ramada Williams Lake: hospitality, greatest improvement.

Red Tomato Pies: food service.

Rick Hansen Monument Unveiled: newsmaker.

Save-On-Foods: customer service, community.

Scorpion Design and Fabricating: manufacturing.

Smashin’ Smoothies: food service.

Tammy – PS Liquor Store Ltd.: customer service

Tanya Rankin Realty: customer service.

Taylor Made Cakes and Sweets: food service.

Tickled Pink Beauty Bar: customer service.

Tim Rees: newsmaker.

Tolko Industries Ltd.: manufacturer.

West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.: manufacturer.

Williams Lake Cycling Club: community service.

Williams Lake High School Rodeo Club: community service.

Williams Lake Indian Band: newsmaker.

Wiseowl Toys: customer service.

Xats’ull Heritage Village: hospitality.

Xiochu Zhang, Pharmacist: community service.

Exposed Expressions Tatto Studio: community service.

Ken Wilson: Hugo Stahl Award.

Marlene Swears: community service.

Blacky’s Truck and Car Wash (2004) Ltd.: customer service.


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