Start thinking of your nominations

Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce annual business awards

  • Dec. 28, 2011 2:00 p.m.

It’s time to start thinking about those businesses and people working in Sooke who have made your life a little more pleasant.

Each year the Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce puts out the call for nominations in a variety of categories.

Sooke Region Chamber will be accepting nominations for their prestigious Awards of Excellence taking place March 1, 2012.

These awards will be presented to Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce members in the categories of:

President’s Choice

Volunteer of the Year

Citizen of the Year

Business Improvement

Community Arts and Culture

Employer of the Year

Business of the Year – Homebased, Small (1-10) Medium (11- 25) Large 26+)

Customer Service – employee

Customer Service – hospitality.

For more information on the chamber  and the benefits of being a member, go to their website at: www.sookeharbourchamber.com.

Two primary functions of a Chamber of Commerce:

1.  To act as spokes body for the business and professional community and to commit into action the group thinking of its members.

2. To offer services that can be most effectively rendered to its members and the community as a whole.

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