Nominate a business for 28th annual Business Excellence Awards

The 28th annual Penticton Business Excellence Awards aren’t until February but nominations are being accepted.

The 28th annual Penticton Business Excellence Awards aren’t until February, but nominations are being accepted.

This year the Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce is presenting 13 awards, having a live and silent auction, door prizes, a photo booth  as well as live entertainment.

Categories to nominate a business are Community Support, Hosptiality/Tourism, Professional Service, Industrial and Manufacturing, Retail, New Business Award, Family-Friendly, Green-Sustainability, Home-Based Business, Agriculture/Agri-buisness, Workplace Culture, Business of the Year and Business Leader of the Year. Nominations can be accepted at

Early-bird tickets are on sale until Jan. 15. Single tickets are $65 or tables of eight are $520. After Jan. 15 they increase to $75 for single tickets. The awards are held Feb. 21 at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre.


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