Lacombe Business and Community Awards Gala nominees announced

Lacombe Business and Community Awards Gala nominees announced

Awards Gala set to take place on Oct. 21st

The Lacombe and District Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the nominees for the 2017 Business & Community Awards Gala.

Nominees in the Not for Profit of the Year category include the Lacombe Athletic Park Association, Lacombe Gymnastics and the Social Media Breakfast.

Nominees in the Small Business of the Year category include Red Hot Threads, Soapy’s Car and RV Wash and Sweet Capone’s.

For the Large Business of the Year category, the nominees are Rexall, Lionel’s No Frills and AFSC – Central Office.

Nominees in the People’s Choice for Customer Service category include Scott Beauclair and Darryl Deutsch – Napa Auto Parts, Katelyn Keddy – Soapy’s Car and RV Wash, Jason Burns – Cilantro & Chive, the team at Red’s Sports – Red’s Sports, Emily Birtwell – Chateau Wine & Spirits and Debbi Gallant – 50 Avenue Bed & Breakfast.

Online voting for ‘People’s Choice for Customer Service’ will begin on Aug. 10th at lacombechamber.ca and will run until Sept. 7th. The top three will attend the gala, where the winner will be announced.

The Chamber will be announcing the winners for Citizen of the Year, Lifetime Achievement and Farm Family at a later date.

Nominees and awardees will be recognized at the 2017 Business & Community Awards Gala on Oct. 21st at 5:30 p.m. at the Lacombe Memorial Centre. Tickets cost $75/each or $500 per table and are on sale for the general public at the Lacombe and District Chamber of Commerce office, 6005-50th Ave, Lacombe, open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or at www.lacombechamber.ca

To purchase tickets or for more information, call 403-782-4300.

– Fawcett

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