Nominees sought for Surrey business awards

Board of trade to honour a variety of businesses in coming months.

The Surrey Board of Trade is seeking nominations for a number of business awards in the coming weeks.

The Police Officer of the Year, set to be awarded Oct. 8, recognizes the hard work and dedication of Canada’s largest RCMP detachment. The deadline to nominate in a variety of award categories is July 3.

The Environment and Business Achievement Awards will honour businesses that demonstrate dedication to environment leadership and issues. The deadline to nominate is July 16, with awards handed out at the Surrey Environment and Business Awards luncheon Sept. 10.

The Surrey Innovation Awards will be handed out Sept. 17 in two categories – young innovator and excellence in innovation. The deadline for nominations is Aug. 7.

And the Surrey Business Excellence Awards, which celebrate growth, development and success of a variety of local businesses, will be open for nominations until Sept. 16. The awards dinner is set to take place Nov. 5.

For nomination forms, or to find out more, visit www.businessinsurrey.com

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