Whole Show Restorations receives ethical business award

Better Business Bureau says local firm has top-flight ethical chops

Whole Show Restorations staff are proud of their company’s achievement

The Whole Show Restorations Inc. has received an award for outstanding ethical business practices (large sized business) from the Better Business Bureau (BBB).

The Torch Award Ceremony was held on the evening of May 25 at the Westin Bear Mountain Golf Resort and Spa, in Victoria.

The Whole Show Restorations Inc. was among five nominees in the ethics category.

The Whole Show was also among five nominees for Outstanding Customer Service.

Lene Klassen, co-owner of The Whole Show Restorations Inc, was presented with a beautiful, torch-shaped trophy, in keeping with the Torch Awards theme.

The annual BBB Torch Awards recognizes businesses that have made an exemplary commitment to honest and ethical business practices and consumer service excellence.  Businesses are nominated by their customers; and nominees are judged on their reliability, honesty, service, fairness, and respect.

“We are honoured and humbled to have been nominated by our customers,” said Mike Klassen, co-owner of The Whole Show Restorations Inc. “This award gives us the resounding will to move forward with a renewed commitment to continue to raise the bar in our industry,”

 

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