Most Valuable Employee sponsored by the Royal Bank. Chris Mallet, Branch Manager and Ken Prince with recipient Samantha Nyce from Studio 3 Salon & Spa. (Cara Devaney photo)

West Point Rentals wins Business of the Year Award

Terrace & District Chamber of Commerce announce Business Excellence Award winners

The Terrace & District Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of its Business Excellence Awards Oct. 14. The evening Gala event at the Terrace Sportsplex is an annual opportunity to recognize and celebrate the outstanding individuals, businesses and organizations in the community and region.

“The community did a tremendous job of supporting this year’s voting process, we saw a record number of people take part,” said Loralie Thomson, president of the Terrace & District Chamber of Commerce. “The Gala was a sell out and proved to be a fun-filled evening. Definitely, one not to be missed. Congratulations to all the recipients and nominees. A big thank you to all our sponsors, including Rio Tinto. Without our sponsors this event for the community wouldn’t be possible.”

For the event Emmy’s Catering provided the fine dining experience as the audience was entertained with amazement and laughter by Kelowna illusionist and comedian Ryan Michael. Events by Leydi transformed the banquet room with the Black and White theme of the evening as Robert Pictou kept the evening on pace and entertaining as Master of Ceremonies.

This year’s winners are:

Business of the Year Award: West Point Rentals

Community Impact Award: Skeena Valley Emergency Support Services

Contributor to the Arts Award: Skeena Salmon Art Festival – Dave Gordon

Customer Service Award: West Point Rentals Executive of the Year Award: Cal Albright – Kermode Friendship Society

Home Based Business Award: Jody’s Creations – Jody Kucharyshen

Most Valuable Employee Award: Samantha Nyce – Studio 3 Salon & Spa

Newsmaker of the Year Award: Skeena Salmon Art Festival

Resource Industry of the Year Award: Coast Mountain Wireless

Volunteer of the Year Award: Steve Little

Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award: Katryna Jenniss – Westco Designs

Chamber Choice Award: MNP – LLP

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Business of the Year sponsored by BDC. Sabrina Moniz, senior account manager with recipient Pete Sharp receiving on behalf of Doug Ritchie, owner of West Point Rentals. (Cara Devaney photo)

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