The ninth annual Business Excellence Awards in Lumby take place Nov. 21

The ninth annual Business Excellence Awards in Lumby take place Nov. 21

Lumby honours top businesses

Numerous nominations made for ninth annual Business Excellence Awards

The Lumby Chamber of Commerce is ready for the ninth annual Business Excellence Awards.

The event takes place Nov. 21 at the White Valley Community Centre, with doors open at 5:30 p.m.

“We have received nominations from people from across Canada and even from individuals around the world,” said Stephanie Sexsmith, chamber manager.

“They have visited our community and the comments show our community is home to some very amazing and diversified businesses.”

The nominees are:

B.C. Hydro Go Green Award

Accu- Tech (AKA) RV Doctor, D & M Auto Recycling, Earth Elements Farm Products, Hwy 6 Mini Storage, Lumby Community Market, Lumby Community Thrift Store, Lumby Venture Training Bottle Bin, Monashee Co -op,  Scotiabank and Sunfire Systems

Manufacturer/ producer

Back to Earth, Castle Cheese, Earth Elements Farm Products, Galaxie Powder Coating, Legacy Log and Timberworks,  Lumby Community Market, Monashee Community Co-op, Nagy Cylinder,  Preb’s Retreading, R.A.P. Welding,  Rocky Mountain Concrete,  Rouck Bros, Tolko,  Vale Farms,  Village Gallery & Gifts

Business Revitalization

Access Motorsports, D & M Auto Recycling, Fermco Rentals,  Franks General Store, Lumby Ida’s Bakery,  Lumby Pharmacy,  Monashee Community  Co-op,  Rocky Mountain Concrete, Village Gallery

Technology Innovator

Access Motorsports, Accu- Tech (AKA) RV Doctor,  Fermco Rentals, Lumby Pharmacy, Monashee Community Co-op,  Scotiabank, Sunfire Systems,  Tutor Tech Computers

Valley First New Business Award

Access Motorsports,  Bo Sash Contracting,  Connect Coffee House, Laughing Loofah, Lumby Community Market,  Lumby Night Market, Millies Kitchen, Solera Café, Sunfire Systems Ltd.

Home Based Business

Bear Valley Highlands, Big Bear ATV, Bliss Nail Art,  Cherryville Artisans Shop,  Cozy Cabins, Crescent Moon Duet & Pillow Co. Inc, Echo Lake Resort,  Lumby Community Market,  Monashee Community Co-op, Raven Aviation Ltd.,  the Natural Path,  Vale Farms

Tourism Excellence

Alice’s Restaurant,  Antler’s Cold Beer and Wine Store,  Bear Valley Highlands,  Big Bear ATV,  Blue Ox Pub,  Century 21,  Cherryville Artisans Shop,  Connect Coffee House, Connect Coffee House,  Cozy Cabins,  Echo Lake Resort,  Franks  Store,  Jitter Beans, Krazy Llama Café,  Lumby Days,  Lumby Ida’s Bakery,  Lumby Live,  Lumby Museum,  Millie’s Kitchen,  Okanagan Regional Library,  Raven Aviation,  Sister’s Family Restaurant, Snac Shac,  Twin Creeks,  Village Gallery & Gifts, Village of Lumby,  Xander’s Pizza

Community Spirit

Bloom Wellness Center,  Century 21, Cherryville, Artisan Shop,  D & M Auto,   Earth Elements Farm Products,  Fields,  Gilbert’s Parts,  Jitter Beans, Lumby Community Market, Lumby Days,  Lumby Health Foods,  Lumby Health Services, Lumby Live, Lumby Pharmacy,  Lumby Public Market,  Lumby Thrift Store, Monashee Community Co-op,  Monashee Mews , Okanagan Regional Library,  Raven Aviation,  Re/Max Lumby,  Scotiabank, Sister’s Family Restaurant, Snac Shac,  Super A Foods,  Tutor Tech,  Valley First Credit Union, Village Gallery and Gifts, Village of Lumby, Xander’s Pizza

Customer Service

Access Motorsports, Alice’s Restaurant, Bloom Wellness Center,  Canada Post, Century 21, Cherryville Artisans Shop,  Connect Coffee House, Cozy Cabins, D&M Used Auto Parts, Dollar Dollar,  Earth Elements,  Echo Lake Fishing Resort,   Fermco Rentals,  Fields,  Galaxy Powder Coating, Gilberts Auto Parts, Hwy 6 Mini Storage, Irly Bird, Jitter Beans Coffee House,  Kal Tire, KBM Autoworks,  Kidston & Company, Krazy Llama Café,  Lavington Superette,  Lordco Auto Parts Ltd.,  Lumby Community Market,  Lumby Dollar Dollar,  Lumby Health Foods, Lumby Health Services,  Lumby IDA Bakery, Lumby IDA Pharmacy, Lumby Legion, Lumby Thrift Store,  Lumby Tirecraft,  Lumby Venture Training Bottle Bin, Millie’s Kitchen,  Monashee Dental Clinic,  Okanagan Regional Library,  Re/Max Lumby, Rusty Spur,  Scotiabank,  Sisters Family Restaurant,  Snac Shac,  Solera Café,  Take Two Dinner and a Movie,  Tutor Tech Computers,  Valley First Credit Union,  Valley First Insurance Services, Village Gallery & Gifts, Viva Hair,  Whitevalley Vet Services,  Xander’s Pizza

Telus  Young Entrepreneur of the Year

Bliss Nail Art, Connect Coffee House, Earth Elements Farm Products,  Fermco Rentals, Nagy Landscaping,  Valley Canine

Business of the Year

Alice’s Restaurant, Bloom Wellness Centre,  Bo Sash Contracting,  Canada Post,  Century 21, Cherryville Artisans, Cozy Cabins,  D & M Auto Recycling,  Deuling & Company,  Earth Elements Farm Products,  Fields,  Galaxie Powder Coating,  IDA’s Bakery,  Jitter Beans Coffee House,  Kal Tire,  KBM Autoworks, Kidston & Company, Krazy Llama Café,   Lumby Community Market,  Lumby Dollar Store,  Lumby Health Foods,  Lumby IDA Pharmacy,  Lumby Thrift Store,  Lumby Tirecraft,  Lumby Venture Training Bottle Bin, Millie’s Kitchen,  Monashee Community  Co-Op,  Monashee Mews, Remax Lumby,  Rusty Spur, Scotiabank,  Sisters Restaurant,  Snac Shac,  Solera Café,  Super ” A” Foods, Tutor Tech,  Valley First Credit Union,  Valley First insurance,   Village Gallery and Gifts, Whitevalley Vet Services,  Xander’s Pizza

Retailer Award

Access Motorsports, Cherryville Artisans,  Cherryville Emporium, Earth Elements Farm Products, Fermco Rentals , Field’s,   Franks Store,  Gilbert’s Part Depot,  Irly Bird,  Kal Tire,  KBM Autoworks, Krazy Llama Café, Lordco,  Lumby Dollar Dollar,  Lumby Health Foods,  Lumby Pharmacy,  Lumby Public Market,  Lumby Thrift Store,  Lumby Tirecraft,  Lumby Venture Training Bottle Bin,  Monashee Co-Op,  Rusty Spur, Scotiabank,  Snac Shac,  Super A Foods, Tutor Tech,  Valley First Credit union, Valley First Insurance,  Village Gallery & Gifts, Whitevalley Veterinary Services

Tickets are $40 and can be purchased at the chamber office. For information, contact 250 547-2300 or lumbychamber@shaw.ca.

 

 

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