The Mission Chamber of Commerce's Business Excellence Awards were held Oct. 19.

Recognizing local businesses

Canadian Tire, Evoke Wellness Centre named businesses of the year

Canadian Tire Took home three of the eight awards at Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business Excellence Awards Friday night.

Canadian Tire earned top honours as Business of the Year (15+ employees), Retail Excellence, and owner Vikki Gould was named the

Business Leader of the Year.

Other award winners were:

– Evoke Wellness Centre, Business of the Year (1-15 employees)

– The Pink Spatula, Home Based Business

– Mission Association for Seniors Housing, non-Profit of the Year

– Mission Automotive, entrepreneurial Excellence

– Fraser Valley Office Supplies, Customer Experience

The gala event drew 180 guests dressed in their best to the Best Western ballroom. Nominees stood out wearing silver ribbons on their lapels. The night’s emcee was Brian Antonson and music was provided by the Al Forman Trio.

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