Didsbury Business Award Winners

Local businesses were celebrated on Wednesday, November 8th in the town of Didsbury. The Didsbury & District Chamber of Commerce handed out the 2017 Business Awards at 582 Patio & Grill.

582 Patio & Grill was the place to be in Didsbury on Wednesday, November 8th as the local community gathered to recognize the town's top businesses of 2017.
The Didsbury & District Chamber of Commerce presented Rick Wannamaker from Dick's Auto Service with the Milestone Award.
The Business of the Year winner was Didsbury Pharmasave. Manager Kris Reusch was surprised to receive the award.
The Small Business of the Year winner was Delree's Native Art Gallery. Delree Dumont says it is amazing to be honoured.

Rod Neufeld and Allen Reed with Front Porch Realty accepted the People's Choice Award.
Greg Pourier with Didsbury AG Foods graciously received the Community Spirit Award in the for profit organization category.

Lauren Ward was selected as the Youth Employee of the Year. Ward has been working at Didsbury AG Foods for almost two years now.

Kurt Van Dyck with Home Hardware received the Exceptional Customer Service Award.
The Community Spirit Award in the not for profit organization category went to the Didsbury Curling Club.
JNT Construction collected the Business Ethics Award.
And Diana Steer won the 11 day trip to China that was being given away by the Didsbury & District Chamber of Commerce to one of the attendees at the 2017 Business Awards. Steer turned in the winning ticket because she did the tour already in October. The Chamber made the draw again and the winner of the trip to China is now Joyce Bayfield. Bayfield is the owner of Didsbury Massage and Wellness.

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