Fernie holds annual Business Awards Banquet

Congratulations to all the business nominees and winners in Fernie.

Ryan Doehle of Isoceles IT (pictured here with his family) was named Fernie Chamber of Commerce's Entrepreneur of the Year for 2017.

Ryan Doehle of Isoceles IT (pictured here with his family) was named Fernie Chamber of Commerce's Entrepreneur of the Year for 2017. — Photo courtesy

It’s definitely awards season as Chamber of Commerces throughout the region celebrate success in their business communities. The Fernie Chamber of Commerce recently gave out their Community and Business Excellence Awards for 2017.

The 2017 Community and Business Excellence Awards went to: 

Chamber Legacy Award — Randy and Patti Cameron
Chamber Business Excellence Award — Super 8 Fernie
Citizen of the Year — Jeri Mitchell
Community Leadership — Park Place Lodge
Community Tourism Achievement — Island Lake Lodge
Entrepreneur of the Year — Ryan Doehle – Isoceles IT
Employer of the Year — Super 8 Fernie
Fernie Business of the Year — Three Sisters Day Spa
New Business of the Year — Coal Town Goods
Outstanding Customer Service — Nevados
Peoples' Choice — Kettle Black Bartending
Spirit of Fernie — Elk River Alliance
Team of the Year — Tanglefoot Veterinary Clinic
Volunteer of the Year — Deb Harris

Congratulations to all the business nominees and winners in Fernie.

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