Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce wins engagement award

Provincial honours presented annually at AGM

The Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce won the BC Chamber of Commerce Executives Member and Community Engagement Award among the 201–500 members category.

The awards are presented annually at the BC Chamber AGM and conference which was held last week in Burnaby.

According to a press release, the Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce impressed the selection committee with their member engagement programs and “attractive, easy to navigate website.”

RELATED: Winners announced at Parksville Business Achievement Awards

“To be recognized by our peers is such an honour,” said chamber executive director Kim Burden. “We’ve been focused on improving our communication with chamber members and increasing our profile in the community and this award is kind of like, the icing on the cake. This is a big deal in the Chamber world and our team, board and members should be very proud of our achievements. We have a solid team in place at the Chamber and we continue to work every day to improve the overall member experience.”

— NEWS staff, submitted

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