CHAMBER ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF THE 2016 BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARDS
The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Business Excellence Awards. Winners in each of our seven categories have demonstrated success, innovation and passion in their respective fields. The Tri-Cities Chamber recognized the accomplishments of these businesses and individuals at the annual Chamber Gala on January 28, hosted at The Molson Canadian Theatre at the Hard Rock Casino Vancouver.
We would also like to acknowledge our finalists in each of the award categories, as well as our Chamber Member of the Year, Maureen Seguin. These businesses and individuals are an integral part of the Tri-Cities business community and we wish them continued success in their respective industries.
Congratulations to all award winners and nominees, and thank you to all those who attended the Gala.
The winners of the 2016 Business Excellence Awards are:
Business of the Year (1-10 Employees)
Dion Custom Metal Fabrication & Design
Business of the Year (11-30 Employees)
Natu’oil Services Inc.
Business of the Year (30+ Employees)
Finger Food Studios
Community Spirit Award
Phoenix Truck & Crane
Not-for-Profit of the Year
The Rotary Clubs of the Tri-Cities
Business Leader of the Year
Tom Ramsay, Meridian RV
Young Professional of the Year
Raj Mutti, Hard Rock Casino Vancouver
Chamber Member of the Year
Maureen Seguin, Century 21 In Town Realty
“We are extremely proud of the wealth of outstanding businesses here in the Tri-Cities,” said Michael Hind, CEO of the Chamber. “All of the 2016 finalists have demonstrated business excellence and a commitment to bettering our community, they should be extremely proud of their nominations, they’re all winners.”
The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is a proactive network of business-minded individuals that are committed to acting as an accessible, visible, supportive and reciprocal resource to our members and the Tri-Cities at large, communicating their collective voice to help shape a prosperous business community.