Nominees announced for Business Excellence Awards

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce posted the nominees for its annual Business Excellence Awards.

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce posted the nominees for its annual Business Excellence Awards.

The competition is fierce, with 10 businesses nominated for Business of the Year and seven people up for Businessperson of the Year.

The annual banquet will be held on Saturday, Nov. 5 at the community centre. Steve Smith is MCing, Emo’s is catering and there will be a casino, silent auction and door prizes as well.

The complete list of nominees is as follows:

2011 Employee of the Year Nominees

Clare Hemming (Talisman)

Lawrence Rebalkin (Work ‘n Play)

Lindsey Corrigan (Helios Rehabilitation & Performance)

Lyle Knapp (Home Hardware)

Maryanne Krestinsky (Home Hardware)

Michelle Flynn (2nd Chance/Escape Within)

Shelley Johnson (TD Bank)

Tanya Young (Peoples Drug Mart)

Victoria Leeson (Powder Springs)

2011 Tourism and Hospitality Excellence Nominees

Amble Inn

Best Western Plus

Coast Hillcrest Resort Hotel

Cornelia Hueppi

Courthouse Inn

Gateway Inn

Last Drop

Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Revelstoke Museum

Skytrek

2011 Industrial and Manufacturing Excellence Nominees

Mt. Begbie Brewing

Canada Post

Downie Timber

Revelstoke Community Forest Corp.

Selkirk Graphics

Selkirk Specialty Woods

Stoke Roasted Coffee

2011 Retail Excellence Nominees

Chantilly Bed n Bath

City Furniture

Daspy Fashions

Energy Matters

Escape Within/2nd Chance

Home Hardware

La Baguette

Peoples Drug Mart

Style Trend Clothiers

Universal Footwear

Valhalla Pure Outfitters

Wearabouts

Your Office and Art Centre

2011 Environmentaly Friendly Award Nominess

Home Hardware

McPherson Lodge

Modern Bakery

Sangha Bean

Talisman Fibre & Trading

2011 Entrepreneurial Excellence Nominees

Benoit’s Wine Bar

Comfort Zone Delivery

La Baguette

Ray’s Butcher Shop

Sanga Bean

The Cabin

2011 Home Based Business Excellence Nominees

Ambience Gallery

Revelstoke Current

2011 Community Support Excellence Nominees

City Furniture

Community Connections

Last Drop/Powder Springs

McDonald’s

Pharmasave

Touch of Elegance

Valhalla Pure Outfitters

2011 Business of the Year Nominees

Art First!

Best Western Plus

CKCR Radio

Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Home Hardware

Style Trend Clothiers

Escape Within

Revelstoke Nickelodeon Museum

RBC Royal Bank

Trans Canada Fitness

2011 Business Person of the Year Nominees

Norm Langois (Coast Hillcrest Resort Hotel)

Deenie Ottenbreit (Chantilly Bed n Bath)

Steven Hui (Pharmasave)

Elmer Rorstad (Free Spirit Sports & Leisure)

Marielle Brensrud (Zala’s Steak House)

Veronica Stevenson (Skytrek)

Angela Waterson (Escape Within)

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