Business awards nominations open

Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce holds annual event

Is there a  local business that’s impressed you? That you’ve noticed has occupied 2012 news headlines? That is new and fabulous?

Now is the time to let the Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce know as the time for the 2012 13th Annual Business Excellence Awards is fast approaching.

Nominations for 15 different business excellence categories are being called in by the chamber and will close at 4:30 p.m. on Oct.12, 2012. Both chamber members and non-members are invited to have their say in which local companies, organizations and individuals have excelled in any of the 15 areas.

Last year’s winners are not up for re-nomination in the same categories, which include:


The Retailer of the Year Award, Home-Based Business Award, Volunteer of the Year Award, Community Booster of the Year Award, Rookie of the Year Award, Company of the Year Award, Employee of the Year Award, Excellence in Innovation Award, Newsmaker of the

Year Award,

Family Friendly Business Award, Customer Service Award, Tourism Excellence Award, Contributor to the Arts Award, Green Award, Welcoming and Inclusive Workplaces Award and the Executive of the Year Award.


The nomination form is available in this issue of the Terrace Standard and also at the George Little House on 3100 Kalum St. and can be completed and dropped off there. They can also be mailed, faxed or dropped off to the chamber’s office at 4511 Keith Ave, Terrace, BC, V8G1K1. The fax number is 250-635-2537 and the e-mail is, although nomination forms must be scanned and e-mailed.

All information on the form must be completed.


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