Trail Chamber hands out Excellence Awards

See a list of all the award winners from the Trail & District Chamber of Commerce's 3rd Annual Business Excellence Awards

Well-known business owner, Dan Ashman (pictured centre), is dealer principal of AM Ford and was recently awarded Trail's Business Person of the Year Award.

Well-known business owner, Dan Ashman (pictured centre), is dealer principal of AM Ford and was recently awarded Trail's Business Person of the Year Award. — Photo courtesy Trail Chamber of Commerce

The Trail & District Chamber of Commerce was proud to host the 3rd Annual Business Excellence Awards on Saturday, September 30, 2017. The theme, “A Celebration of Success,” supported the Trail Chamber’s goal to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of their members and the local business community. MP Richard Cannings was the events guest speaker. 

Here is a list of all the award winners: 

Business Person of the Year: Dan Ashman (AM Ford)

Business of the Year: Elite Physiotherapy

Retail Award: Country Roads

Professional Service Award: Elite Physiotherapy

Community Impact Award: Midas Fab Lab

Customer Service Award: The Red Pair Shoe Store

Go Green Award: Earthy Organics

Tourism Award: Trail Smoke Eaters

Excellence Under 40 Award: Scott Emery (City Centre Chiropractic)

Emerging Entrepreneur Award: Kenny White (Kenny White Contracting)

Employer of the Year: Selkirk Security Services

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