Tapestry Music finalist in provincial business awards

White Rock music shop among 50 nominees vying for Best Community Impact Award

Tapestry Music is aiming to become a finalist in the provincial Small Business BC Awards, and is seeking the community’s help.

The uptown White Rock music shop is among 50 nominees across B.C. vying for the Best Community Impact Award.

Votes can be cast at www.sbbcawards.ca

The Community Impact Award aims to recognize a business “that has taken positive action to invest in their community and sees social responsibility as an integral part of the business’ success.”

Tapestry Music has been in business since 1996, selling printed music and instruments and, through the years, has served as a ticket-buying location for local concerts. As well, the Johnston Road shop has lent pianos to the city for community events and also helped raise money for Tourism White Rock.

Tapestry Music is also nominated for a Premier’s People Choice Award.



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