134 nominees compete for chamber business awards

The winners of the awards are chosen by an independent panel of three judges.

The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce has received 134 nominees for its annual business excellence awards.

“We are pleased to see this many businesses nominated,” said chamber president Kerry Cavers. “We have so many deservingbusinesses in the region doing great things. We probably could have doubled the nominees.”

The winners of the awards are chosen by an independent panel of three judges.

The business excellence awards ceremony is April 1 at the Prestige Oceanfront Resort. Tickets are available until March 24and can be bought at the chamber office at 1A-6631 Sooke Rd. or online at sookeregionchamber.com. Tickets include dinner, entertainment and live and silent auctions.


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