Mission business community honours excellence

Tickets are going fast for this year's Business Excellence Awards celebration on June 11.

Tickets are still available for the 2015 Business Excellence Awards taking place June 11 at the Stage.

Join the awards party featuring more than 80 nominated businesses vying for five special awards.

The categories this year are: Big Bang, Power of Small, Community Builder, Local Focus and Customer First Community Builder.

The event includes canapes, cocktails and live entertainment.

Join MCs Curtis Pope, of Country 107.1, and Kristal Barrett-Stuart of the Sparkle Project for a great night of fun.

Attendees are automatically entered to win a pair of diamond earrings, courtesy of Lanka Jewels.

This is your chance to recognize a business that has provided Mission with excellent service all year long.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets are $65 each. To order tickets, call 604-826-6914 or visit missionchamber.bc.ca.


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