Rossland Business Awards: And the nominees are…

Roosland to celebrate business excellence awards. Nominations are now open.

Business excellence will be celebrated in Rossland for the second year in a row.

The Rossland Chamber of Commerce is presenting the Rossland Business Awards—a celebration of business excellence.

“We are hoping to showcase and bring together the business community of Rossland,” said chamber executive director Renee Clark. “The chamber would like to celebrate business excellence and acknowledge the achievements of our business community.”

The event was well received by the business community last year and the chamber was looking to carry on that momentum, explained Clark.

Anyone in the community can nominate a business or business person in Rossland. Selection criteria and nomination forms can be found on the Rossland Chamber of Commerce’s website.

There are five categories for the awards: business person of the year; business excellence; young entrepreneur; professional services; and customer service excellence.

“We are encouraging everyone in the community to get involved and show support for their favourite Rossland business,” continue Clark. “There are some amazing businesses and business people in our community and we would like to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit.”

Nomination deadline is Oct. 15 at 4 p.m. Awards ceremony will be held at the Rossland Chamber of Commerce annual general meeting later on this year.

For more information on the awards, contact Renee at the Rossland Chamber of Commerce at 250-362-5666.


Just Posted

Elk River reclaims property as its own

Laws make it harder to protect private land than ever before says farmer, local government

Smoke-free summer a boon for West Kootenay tourism

Tourism centres seeing numbers up

Black Press Kootenay Career Fair underway in Cranbrook

Today, Thursday, August 22, around 40 employers will be waiting to meet potential new employees

National trail group decries province’s plans for West Kootenay trail

Converting trail back to motorized use will harm its international reputation, says official

Cannings to pedal through South Okanagan — West Kootenay riding

MP leaves from Nakusp on Aug. 23 and ends in Kaleden on Aug. 29.

B.C. sockeye returns drop as official calls 2019 ‘extremely challenging’

Federal government says officials are seeing the same thing off Alaska and Washington state

Groups ready campaign to help young voters identify ‘fake news’ in election

The media literacy campaign to focus on identifying misinformation and suspicious sources online

Big rally in northern B.C. draws attention to continuing lumber crisis

Mayor Joan Atkinson says about 400 workers have been directly affected by the closure of the Canfor mill

Orangeville Northmen take Minto Cup at Langley Events Centre

Swept best-of-five series 3-0 over Victoria Shamrocks

Expanded support to help B.C. youth from care attend university still falling short

Inadequate support, limited awareness and eligibility restrictions some of the existing challenges

Ethnic media aim to help maintain boost in voting by new Canadians

Statistics Canada says new Canadians made up about one-fifth of the voting population in 2016

UPDATE: Crown cross-examines B.C. father accused of killing daughters

Andrew Berry is charged in the deaths of six-year-old Chloe and four-year-old Aubrey in 2017

Dog attacked by river otters, Penticton owner says

Marie Fletcher says her dog was pulled underwater by four river otters in the Penticton Channel

BC SPCA overwhelmed with cats, kittens needing homes

Large number of cruelty investigations, plus normal ‘kitten season’ to blame

Most Read