Finalists named for awards

The top three finalists have been named for the Community Excellence Awards.

  • Oct. 5, 2012 7:00 p.m.

Here are the top three finalists in each category for the Kicking Horse Country Chamber Community Excellence Awards.

 

Business Excellence Awards- Moon River Gift Gallery-

Bacchus Books

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Customer Excellence Award Employee- Wolfgang Vogt Overwaitea Foods

Carmen Crashley-Overwaitea Foods

Dawn Purvis – Golden Golf Club

 

New Business Award-Moose Trax Fudge

Le Beausoliel B&B

The Source

 

Culinary Award-  Eleven 22 grill and liquids

The Island Restaurant

Whitetooth Bistro

 

Professional Services Award-Dan Veselic – Remax of Golden

Dr Tim Styles

Stan Metcalf – Golden Physiotherapy

 

Spirit of Good Business Award- McDonald’s – Golden

Tim Hortons

Sobeys

 

Trade Excellence Award – Kardash Plumbing

Gurski Electric

Tracy Williams-T Williams Plumbing

 

Business Beautifications Award-Apostoles Greek Restaurant

Mount 7 Taxi

College of the Rockies

 

Great Place to Work Award-McDonald’s – Golden

H&R Pacific Construction

The Source

 

Business Enterprise Award-McDonald’s – Golden

Louisiana Pacific-Golden

Canadian Timberframes Ltd

 

Tourism Hospitality Award Place to Stay-Cedar House Chalets

Le Beausoleil B&B

Hillside Lodge & Chalets

 

Great Adventure-Glacier Raft Company

Kicking Horse Mtn Resort

Alpine Rafting

 

 

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