Benoit Doucet relaxes with a glass of rosee.

The year in business – 2011

The past year saw several businesses close down and a number open.



The past year saw several businesses close down and a number open. Sure, we lost PT Market, Inspiration Gifts and a few others but here’s a partial list of the new business that started up in Revelstoke over the past year:

– Isabella’s Restaurant

– Best Western Plus Hotel

– Balu Yoga

– Trapper Snowboards

– Big Bend Skis

– Benoit’s Wine Bar

– Your Office & Art Centre

– Traverse Lounge Club

– Ray’s Butcher Shop

– Nico’s Pizzeria

– Revelstoke Business Complex

– Evolve

– StokeFM

– Wino’s

Check out the slideshow above for photo’s of some of the new businesses.

 

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