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Chamber rewards best in Revelstoke business

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards took place last Saturday.

  • Nov. 5, 2014 12:00 p.m.

By Lyndsay Esson, Special to the Times Review

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards took place last Saturday. The banquet event was sold out, with  300 dressed-for-the-occasion people showing up to the Community Centre for the event.

The awards were as follows.

Business Person of the Year: Joel Asher with the Village Idiot, Chubby Funsters and Big Eddy Pub:  Accepting on behalf: Chuck Ferguson

Business Of Year: Big Mountain Kitchen and Linen: Nicole Cherlet

Community Support Excellence Award: Tanya Secord:  Touch of Elegance and Selkirk Saddle Club

Home Based Business Excellence Award: B.A. Sausage

Entrepreneurial Excellence Award: Yvette Pendergast,  Bette’s Underthings and Clothing

Best New Renovated Building: Selkirk Saddle Club Arena:  Tanya Secord

Youth Employer Award: Cooper’s Foods

Retail Excellence Award: Skookum Cycle & Ski

Industrial Manufacturing and Excellence Award: Toppa Stone Services (not in attendance)

Accommodations Excellence Award: Courthouse Inn, not in attendance, (accepted by RMR).

Food Service Excellence Award: La Baguette (Banquet Caterer for Evening)

Tourism and Attraction Excellence Award: Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Employee of the Year: Tracey McKinney of Revelstoke Credit Union

Check out a full gallery of photos from the night on photographer Lyndsay Esson’s website.

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