More than 90 nominees for Chamber’s Business Excellence Awards

‘Academy Awards-style’ ceremony set for Oct. 25 at Cascades

More than 90 Langley businesses, individuals and organizations will be honoured on Thursday, Oct. 25, as the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce hosts its 22nd Annual Business Excellence Awards at Cascades Casino Coast Hotel & Convention Centre Ballroom.

The Business Excellence Awards will feature a nominee reception, a cocktail reception, four-course meal, entertainment by Langley’s Exit 58, comedic MC duo Clay St. Thomas and Karen Daniels from JRfm, and Academy Awards-style recipient presentations.

Event Info:

Cocktail Reception: 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Dinner and Awards Presentation: 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Location: Cascades Casino Coast Hotel & Convention Centre Ballroom (20393 Fraser Hwy)

Tickets: $100 (+GST) per person.

Tickets can be purchased at www.langleychamber.com or by calling 604-371-3770.

Nominated for 2018 are:

Community Impact (for-profit)

• Cascades Casino Coast hotel & Convention Centre Ballroom

• Central Park Farms

• Duolynx Design & Print

• Jelly Digital Marketing & PR

• Magnus Law

• Phoenix Rising Metaphysical Emporium

• Studio One Dance Center

Community Impact (non-profit)

• Clothes2U

• Kimz Angels

• Langley Hospice Society

• Langley Meals on Wheels Society

• Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation

• Langley Pos-Abilities Society

• Langley Ukulele Association

• Weekend Fuelbag

Environmental Leadership

• Heidi Cook – Campbell Valley Farms

• Mike Battistel – Cascadia Windows and Doors

• Kendall Ballantine – Central Park Farms

• Shannon Woykin – Langley Meals on Wheels Society

Service Excellence (retail/service)

• Bella Cibo

• Erikson’s Daylily Gardens and Perennials

• Erikson Property Maintenance

• Magellan Law Group

• Magnus Law

• Otter Co-op

• Phoenix Rising Metaphysical Emporium

• Ridgewater Homes Ltd.

• Servcomm Communications

• Tethered Computer Services

• The Chartered Group at TD Wealth

• University Rubbish Removal

• Uptown Business Machines

• West Coast Mortgages

Service Excllence (food/beverage)

• Bella Cibo

• Langley Meals on Wheels Society

• Signature Catering

• The Chopped Leaf – Willowbrook

Entrepreneur of the Year

• Heidi Cook – Campbell Valley Farms

• Kendall Ballantine – Central Park Farms

• Justin Massar – Fitness Foundation

• Susan Goldie – Icing Baked Goods

• Lilian Cazacu – Lilian Cazacu Notary Corporation

• Jens Lundbek – Phoenix Rising Metaphysical Emporium

• Michele Candy – Studio One Dance Center

• Megan Parker – The Local Space

• Janene & Nafe Nasser – University Rubbish Removal

• Tamara Johnston – Verbena Marketing

• Kelly Gal – What’s On! Langley Magazine

U40 Business Person of the Year

• Kendall Ballantine – Central Park Farms

• Melissa Toth – The Co-operators, Bethany Heppner & Associates

• Austin Spencer – Dominion Lending Centres Mortgage Muscle

• Just Massar – Fitness Foundation

• Jonah McFarlane – Image Turf

• Cherise McGee – Langley Community Farmers Market

• Sean Weatherly – Otter Co-op

• Jens Lundbek – Phoenix Rising Metaphysical Emporium

• Michele Candy – Studio One Dance Center

• Jas Rai – The Chopped Leaf – Willowbrook

• Megan Parker – The Local Space

Small Business of the Year

• Binny Nails Salon

• Bypass Auto Sales

• Central Park Farms

• Duolynx Design

• Erikson’s Daylily Gardens and Perennials

• Langley Community Farmers Market

• Lilian Cazacu Notary Corporation

• Magnus Law

• Phoenix Rising Metaphysical Emporium

• Servcomm Communications

• Taya Docksteader RE/MAX

• University Rubbish Removal

Medium Business of the Year

• Jelly Digital Marketing & PR

• Ridgewater Homes Ltd.

• Signature Catering

• The Chopped Leaf – Willowbrook

• Studio One Dance Center

Large Business of the Year

• Avisar Chartered Professional Accountants

• Cascadia Windows and Doors

• Magellan Law

• Otter Co-op

George Preston Memorial Business Person of the Year

• Nick Nuraney – A&W Langley

• Donna Van Beek – Donna M. Van Beek Notary Corporation

• Darian Kovacs – Jelly Digital Marketing & PR

• Duncan Magnus – Magnus Law

• Jens Lundbek – Phoenix Rising Metaphysical Emporium

• Don Schmidt – Schmidt & Funk Financial Services

• Beverlee Rasmussen – Systems Business Coach

• Taya Docksteader – Taya Docksteader RE/MAX Lifestyles

• Janene & Nafe Nasser – University Rubbish Removal

• Carole Ward – Westminster Savings Credit Union

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