‘Hats Off’ in Delta as business awards event moves to Tsawwassen Springs Golf Clubhouse

Nominees named for Delta Chamber of Commerce gala Friday, Nov. 20

The scene during the 2014 Hats Off business awards event hosted by Delta Chamber of Commerce.

Delta Chamber Commerce will honour 27 finalists in nine categories during its 64th annual Hats Off to Excellence awards night this Friday, Nov. 20.

The finalists in each category, and the announcement of the winners, will be celebrated at the new Tsawwassen Springs Golf Clubhouse. Event details can be found online at Deltachamber.ca.

Steve Erickson, Rod Winning and Jackey Zellweger are the finalists for the Envision Financial Volunteer of the Year award.

In the MK Delta Lands Group Employee Extraordinaire of the Year category, finalists are Beverley Brooke Bly, John Lusted and Kimberley Relkoff.

Those in the running for Delta’s Official Visitor Centre Special Events and Tourism award are Artists in the Village, Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust and North Delta Lions Club.

Finalists for the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Rising Star Business of the Year award are Lady Bug’z Lifestyle Assistant Ltd., Our Little Flower Company and South Delta Heels Company.

Houweling’s Tomatoes, Kemp Construction Management Ltd. and Oughtred Coffee & Tea are finalists for the Sonic Enclosures Ltd Green Business of the Year award.

Finalists for the Santevia Water Sytems Inc. Micro Business of the Year award are Cafe De Gourmet Delights & Catering Ltd., Jean’s Cakes & Pastries and Nordel Barber Shop.

Delta Optimist Small Business of the Year award finalists are Budget Blinds of Delta, Delta Carpets & Floor Design and Four Winds Brewing Co.

Those in the running for the KPMG Large Business of the Year award are Heli-One, Sunbury Cedar and Zodiac Hurricane Technologies Inc.

Also, Doug Massey, Jim Short and Jim Stimson are finalists for the Delta Cable Citizen of the Year award.

This year’s presenting sponsor of the Hats Off to Excellence Awards Gala is Port Metro Vancouver and the Event Sponsor is Century Group.

To read the list of 2014 award winners, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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