Chamber lauds best biz, leaders

The Tri-Cities best and brightest leaders and businesses got some love from the Chamber of Commerce last weekend.

The Tri-Cities best and brightest leaders and businesses got some love from the Chamber of Commerce last weekend.

The winners of the 2018 Business Excellence Awards, who were named last Saturday at a gala held at the Hard Rock Casino Vancouver in Coquitlam, are:

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Golbey Law: Business of the Year (1 to 10 employees);


• The Giggle Dam Dinner Theatre: Business of the Year (11 to 30 employees);


• Community Fire Prevention: Business of the Year (30+ employees);


• Sandy Burpee of the Tri-Cities Homelessness and Housing Task Group: Community Spirit Award;


• Paul MacDonald of Ethical Waste Services: Environmental Steward Award;

• Share Family and Community Services Society: Not-for-Profit of the Year;


• Josh Bath of Keller Williams Elite Realty: Business Leader of the Year;

• Byron Vallis of Mariner Brewing: Young Professional of the Year;

• and Desiree Dupuis of Ruben’s Shoes: Chamber Member of the Year

“We are extremely proud of the wealth of outstanding businesses here in the Tri-Cities,” said Michael Hind, CEO of the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce, in a press release. “All of the 2018 finalists have demonstrated business excellence and a commitment to bettering our community. They should be extremely proud of their nominations. They’re all winners.”
 

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