Chamber of Commerce announces nominees for ‘Non-Profit of the Year’ and ‘Business of the Year’

MNP will be sponsoring a new awards category focusing on business resilience through the COVID-19 pandemic

The Lacombe and District Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the nominees in the categories of ‘Non-Profit of the Year’ and ‘Business of the Year’.

Sponsor for the Non-Profit of the Year is Burman University, Small Business of the Year sponsor is Servus Credit Union and Large Business of the Year sponsor is Lionel’s No Frills.

MNP will be sponsoring a new awards category focusing on business resilience through the Covid-19 pandemic.


– Lacombe & District FCSS

– Lacombe & District Historical Society

– The Broom Tree Foundation


– Better Dog World

– Blindman Brewing

– Dancer’s Edge Dance Studio

– Domino’s Pizza Lacombe

– Eastside Eatery

– General Appliances

– Jo(e) Social Media Inc.

– Kavaccino’s

– Kles-Air Mechanical

– Loving to Learn Playschool

– M.A. Tax Plus

– Nowco Home Hardware

– Rangeland Meat Shop

– TnT Metabolic Igniters

– Totally Gluten Free Bakery

– Tricon Developments Inc.

Award winners in the remaining categories along with finalists in the business categories will be announced in September.

The nominees and award winners will be recognized during a virtual event on Oct. 24th. Community members and business leaders are invited to participate by registering for a complimentary ticket to the event.

Registration information will be available on our web site, in September.

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