Nominees announced for 2016 Surrey Business Excellence Awards

Academy Awards-style event on Thursday, Nov. 3 at the Sheraton hotel in Guildford

Officials with Masonville Plastics celebrate the company's nomination in the 41+ Employees award category during the 2015 Surrey Business Excellence Awards held at Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel.

SURREY — Six of the city’s best businesses, along with their operators, will be celebrated at an Academy Awards-style event on Thursday, Nov. 3.

Announced today (Oct. 11) were nominees in six categories in the annual Surrey Business Excellence Awards, to be held at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel.

Surrey Board of Trade’s 18th annual gala dinner, presented by BDC, Kwantlen Polytechnic University and TD Bank, will also feature a Corporate Social Responsibility Award, recognizing a business that is operating in an economically, socially and environmentally responsible manner.

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The 2016 award finalists are as follows:

Business Person of the Year:

Curtis Christopherson, Innovative Fitness

Graeme Huguet, My House Design/Build Team Ltd.

Ron McNeil, LMS Reinforcing Steel Group

1-10 Employees Category:

Econowise Sunrooms

Peninsula Strata Management Ltd.

Sew Kool Embroidery & Screen-Printing

11-40 Employees Category:

Honeybee Centre

Innovative Fitness

SM Accounting Group Ltd.

41+ Employees Category:

Bottom Line Ventures Ltd.

Fruiticana

LMS Reinforcing Steel Group

Not-for-Profit/Association of the Year Category:

Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of BC (ASTTBC)

Options Community Services

Pacific Community Resources Society

New Business of the Year Category:

Exit Surrey

Famosa Neopolitan Pizzeria – Guildford

West Coast Centre for Learning

 

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