Four White Rock businesses nominated

Four White Rock businesses have joined a host of their Surrey counterparts as nominees for Small Business BC Awards.

Four White Rock businesses have joined a host of their Surrey counterparts as nominees for Small Business BC Awards.

According to organizers, KDK Clothing (Best Concept), NewGen Gechnologies (Best Company), Project Aftershock Thrift Store (Premier’s People’s Choice and Best Community Impact) and The Counselling Group (Premier’s People’s Choice, Best Online Marketer and Best Community Impact) are now also in the running for awards, which celebrate the contributions of new and existing B.C. businesses to their local communities and global economy.

Nominations and voting closed Nov. 30.

Winners – who receive $1,500 cash, a one-year, all-access pass to Small Business BC education resources and experts, and mentorship from the award sponsor – are to be announced Feb. 25 in a ceremony at the Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel.

For more information, visit sbbcawards.ca

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