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The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce has added new categories to its Business Excellence Awards. - FILE PHOTO
The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce has added new categories to its Business Excellence Awards.
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Nominations are now open for the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce's Business Excellence Awards, honouring the Tri-Cities' best businesses, individuals and not-for-profits.

This year there are six categories with three additional awards being added. There are now three Business of the Year awards — the small business category for companies with 1 to 9 employees, an award for businesses with 10 to 50 employees and another for companies with more than 50 employees.

Also new is a Community Spirit Award, added to honour an individual or business with outstanding community spirit.

Nominations are open until Friday, Sept. 7. In addition, a nominees luncheon announcing the award finalists will be held Oct. 25. The winners will be revealed at the annual awards Gala on Jan. 26.

Nomination forms and more information are available on the Chamber's website on the Business Excellence Awards page,

 

 

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