Surrey Business Excellence nominees named

SURREY — The best of Surrey businesses will be honoured Nov. 6 during a yearly event hosted by Surrey Board of Trade. The 16th annual Surrey Business Excellence Awards will be emceed by Pamela Martin at Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel.

Award finalists are as follows: Business Person of the Year: Peggy Howard (Guildford Town Centre), Chris Thornley (Thornley Creative Communications) and Vikram Vij (My Shanti restaurant and Vij’s Inspired Indian Cuisine).

1-10 Employees: Clancy’s Meat Co. Ltd., Pacific Land Group, T-Rail Products.

11-40 Employees: Academics preKindergarten, Eagle Cinematronics Inc., Leed Advisors Inc.

41+ Employees: Coastal Pacific Xpress Inc., Falcon Equipment Ltd., FinancialCAD Corporation (FINCAD).

Not-for-Profit/Association: Kekinow Native Housing Society, Surrey Christmas Bureau, White Rock South Surrey Hospice Society Thrift Store.

New Business of the Year: Beta Collective, Etios Solutions Inc., Surrey Kids Physio Group.

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