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Langley Chamber presenting Business Excellence Awards

Nominations are being accepted for the 16th annual Business Excellence Awards.

The awards recognize businesses and business people who demonstrate outstanding contributions to the community, customer service, innovation, growth and ethics.

“The Business Excellence Awards provides an opportunity to celebrate Langley businesses that have made a significant contribution to community spirit, service and quality of life by demonstrating outstanding business leadership, innovation and success,” says Langley Chamber of Commerce president, Denni Bonetti.

“These awards are the best way to recognize businesses, organizations and business people for the great work and service that they provide.”

Categories include George Preston Memorial Business Person of the Year, Business of the Year (small, medium and large), Community Impact (for-profit), Community Impact Award (non-profit, budget under $500,00 and over $500,000), environmental leadership award, New Entrepreneur of the Year, and Service Excellence Award.

Nomination forms can be found at www.langleychamber.com.

Deadline for nominations is June 29 and the awards will be presented on Oct. 20 at the Summit Theatre at Cascades Casino, Coast Hotel and Convention Centre.

Tickets are $75 and available at the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce.

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