Business Excellence nominees announced

The black-tie event will take place June 8 at Silverdale Hall

The nominees have been announced for the upcoming Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Business Excellence Awards.

Listed below are the awards and top three nominees:

• Intrapreneurial Excellence: Mr Mikes, Mission City Business Centre, Mission Springs Brewing Company.

• Power of Small: Iron Lotus, Nutek Sign Creations, Cherry Lane Scrapbooking.

• Local Focus: Embers BBQ House, Save On Foods, Mission Springs Brewing Company.

• Customer First: Prospera Credit Union, Cherry Lane Scrapbooking, Red’s Grill.

• Community Builder: Mission Arts Council, Mission Adopt a Block and Big Brothers Big Sisters Fraser Valley.

• President’s Award.

The gala event will be held June 8 at the Silverdale Hall. Tickets are $85. The meal will be catered by Restaurant 62, and will have a local focus including striploin, Fraser Valley cheeses and seasonal vegetables. Local beer and wine will also be served.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 604-826-6914 or send an e-mail to admin@missionchamber.bc.ca.

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