Antigonish Business Awards – 2013 Nominees Announced
The Antigonish Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the nominees for the Antigonish Business Awards.
RBC Royal Bank Emerging Business Award
This award is designed to put the spotlight on a new profitable business showing excellence in some or all of the following categories: new or innovative product or service, quality of merchandise/customer service, job creation, growth potential, market served and community involvement.
Bliss Hair Boutique
Jamieson’s Music Studio
Reid Business Services
The Made In Nova Scotia Store
The Rolling Bricks
Outstanding Customer Service Award (Individual)
This award puts the spotlight employees that have demonstrated outstanding, “above and beyond” customer service to their customers. Please nominate a person that best demonstrated the customer service attributes: accessible, courteous, helpful, knowledgeable, and responsive.
Mark Bond, Highland Home Hardware
Jodi Delorey, Robotnik.com
Pauline Doyle, Shoppers Drug Mart
Gary Murphy, Sodexo Food Services
Kim Richardson Hall, Dr Mary Gorman’s Office
Ian Spencer Excellence in Business Award – Sponsored by CBDC-NOBL
In recognition of Ian Spencer’s commitment to bridging the gap between business and the community, The Antigonish Chamber of Commerce annually recognizes a local business with this Award for Excellence in Business. Nominee businesses have demonstrated successful business practices and strong corporate responsibility and community service.
Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Insurance Company
C.A. Smith Mechanical Ltd.
Eastern Sanitation Limited
KVS Electrical Inc.
Young Entrepreneur Award – Sponsored by Mac Mac Mac Law Offices
This award is designed to recognize youth who have excelled in the development and enhancement of the economic infrastructure, and contributed to the prosperity and well-being of Antigonish through entrepreneurship. In addition, the award acknowledges that young entrepreneurs strengthen local networks, help build a spirit of entrepreneurship, and contribute to the development of transferable skills for themselves and others in the community.
Kelly Farrell, Divine Beauty Mobile Esthetics