Parksville chamber calls for award nominations

The deadline if Feb. 11 - the awards will be presented at Tigh-Na-Mara in Parksville on March 12

  • Jan. 29, 2015 10:00 a.m.

The Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Parksville and District Business Awards of Excellence at Tigh-Na-Mara Resort on March 12 and have put out the call for nominations.

A business or person does not need to be a member of the chamber to be nominated. All residents, employees and businesses of Parksville and District (Parksville, Nanoose Bay, French Creek, Errington, Coombs, Bowser and Deep Bay) are eligible for nomination. The deadline for nominations is 3 p.m, Feb. 11. Nomination forms with detailed criteria are available on the chamber website (parksvillechamber.com) and at the chamber office and local businesses. Nominations are being accepted for the following categories:

• Business Excellence Award (over 15 employees).

• Business Excellence Award (under 15 employees).

• Outstanding Customer Service Award.

• Entrepreneur of the Year Award

The chamber says the awards night is not only a chance to celebrate the successes of the finalists, but a great opportunity to meet, greet and network with the many contributors of our community. Tickets may be reserved by calling the chamber office at 250-248-3613.

— NEWS Staff/Chamber of Commerce

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