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Lacombe Chamber announces Business and Community Awards Gala nominees

Nominees and awardees will be recognized at the 2019 Business & Community Awards Gala

The Lacombe and District Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the nominees in the categories of ‘Non-Profit of the Year’, ‘Small Business of the Year’, ‘Large Business of the Year’, ‘Customer Service – Individual’ and ‘Customer Service – Business’.

Non-Profit:

  • ECHO Lacombe Association
  • Lacombe Flying Club
  • Lacombe Performing Arts Foundation Lacombe Regional Tourism

Small Business:

  • 1000 Words Photography ACE Auto
  • Balanced Health + Wellness Copper Lane Hair Studio Kraay Family Farm
  • L.A. Design Centre
  • LA Liquor
  • Lacombe Storage Centre
  • Ruff ‘n Tumble Doggie Daycare and Kennel Soapy’s Car Wash
  • TNT Metabolic Igniters Totally Gluten Free Bakery Yellow Door Dance Company

Large Business:

  • Cilantro & Chive
  • D&M Concrete
  • NOWCO Home Hardware

Customer Service – Individual

  • Carroll Watson, Lacombe COOP
  • Rhonda VanNeiuwkerk, Elite Bridal and Fashion Boutique
  • Torie Goings, LA Liquor

Customer Service – Business

  • Elite Bridal
  • Dutchess Flower Company Lacombe Auto Service Centre Ltd. MNP
  • NOWCO Home Hardware
  • Totally Gluten Free Bakery

Voting for the customer service awards will take place online through our website between July 19th and September 13th.

Nominees and awardees will be recognized at the 2019 Business & Community Awards Gala on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 5:30 pm 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 am to 4:30 pm or on our website at www.lacombechamber.ca.

To purchase tickets or for more information, please call 403.782.4300.

-Submitted by the Lacombe and District Chamber of Commerce

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