La Baguette owners take top honours at Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce awards

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce held it's annual Business Excellence Awards evening on Saturday.

Most of the award winners at the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards.

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce held it’s annual Business Excellence Awards evening on Saturday. The well attended event hands out awards to the best of local businesses, as voted by their peers.

Olivier Dutil and Sonia Ratte of La Baguette were the big winners, sharing the award for Best Business People and also winning the Best Business Award.

The winners are listed below.

Entrepreneurial Excellence

Sponsored by Revelstoke Credit Union

Sara Sansom, Birch & Lace Hair Company

Business People of the Year

Sponsored by Okanagan College

Olivier Dutiel & Sonia Ratte’

Business of the Year

Sponsored by BDC

La Baguette

Employee of the Year

Sponsored by RBC Royal Bank & Sterling Wealth Advisory

Cathy Burke, WorkBC

Chelsea Groffin, Rona

Accomodations Excellence Award

Sponsored by Revelstoke Accommodation Association

Sutton Place Hotel

Food Service Excellence Award

Sponsored by Pharmasave

The Modern Bakeshop & Café

Tourism and Attractions Excellence

Sponsored by Community Economic Development, City of Revelstoke

Revelstoke Cycling Association

Retail Excellence

Sponsored by Coopers Foods

Universal Footwear

Industrial and Manufacturing Excellence

Sponsored by Columbia Towing

Terra Firma Farms

Home Based Business Excellence

Sponsored by Community Futures Revelstoke

Columbia Digital

Community Support Excellence

Sponsored by the Columbia Basin Trust

Randy Driediger

Youth Employer

Sponsored by BC Hydro

Tim Hortons

Best New or Renovated Building Design Award

Sponsored by Revelstoke Rotary Club

Coast Hillcrest Resort Hotel

Check out photos from the award gala by Jesse Holdener below:

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