2011 winners of the Sooke Harbour Chamber awards.

And the nominees are…

The Sooke Harbour Chamber of Commerce announces who is nominated for an award

Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce 2012 Business Excellence Awards

The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce is proud to present the 2012 Sooke Business Awards of Excellence at the Best Western Premier – Prestige Oceanfront Resort in Sooke, BC, Friday March 1, 2013.

Sooke has gained many new and wonderful businesses and we would like to share their success with you!

The Awards Night is geared towards our community leaders, successful business, and the success of individuals in our community.

Award finalists for 2012:

 

Citizen of the Year – Maja Tait / Susan Percival

Retail Excellence – Stick In the Mud / A Sea of Bloom

New Business of the Year – B&K Jewelry / Modern Mortgage

Business of the Year – Little Vienna Bakery / Sooke Moving and Storage

Employee of the Year – Bonnie Sprinkling / Michelle Andersen

Professional Service – Dr Chris Bryant / Karen Mason – Mason Financial

Sustainability Leadership – Sooke Harbour House / Sooke First Nation

Directors Award – Rod Sluggett / Scott Gertsma

Not for Profit / Service Club of the Year – Sooke Food Bank

We will be presenting the awards Friday, March 1, 2013  Cocktails 6:00 – dinner and awards 6:45 p.m.

Tickets are available for sale at the following Sooke locations: Bees Knees, A Sea of Bloom, Little Vienna Bakery and online www.sookeregionchamber.com

$55 single / $100 pair

About The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce :

The Sooke Region Chamber  is a non-profit organization under the Board of Trade. The Chamber is business people in the Sooke Region working together for the economic and social welling of the community.  As the voice of business in the area, the Chamber works to create an environment in which businesses can thrive and co-exist with our natural surroundings.

Serving the businesses of the Sooke Region Since 1948.

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