2018 Business Excellence Award’s business person of the year winners, Ryan Moreno (second from left) and Mostafa Sabeti (right), pose for a photo with their wives after winning the corporate and self-owned categories, respectively. (Adrienne Thiessen/Gemini Visuals photo)

South Surrey-White Rock chamber seeks business award nominees

Gala awards evening set for February 2020

Nominations are open for the South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business Excellence Awards.

The event – the 21st annual – is set for Wednesday, Feb. 12 at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club (18150 8 Ave.) and nominees are sought in a variety of categories, including business of the year, non-profit of the year and businessperson of the year, among others.

The event is an opportunity to “celebrate the businesses taking a lead in our community,” the event website states.

For information on both sponsorship opportunities for the event, as well as nomination forms, contact the chamber office at 604-536-6844 or go online to www.sswrchamberofcommerce.ca

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