Make Your Olds Chamber Business Award Nominations Now

The weekly FYI from the Olds & District Chamber of Commerce for the week of May 11th included a reminder about where to find nomination forms and to get your nominations in for this October's annual Olds Chamber Business Awards Banquet.

Local residents are reminded that nominations are being accepted from now through September for this fall's Olds Chamber Business Awards.
 
The award categories include business of the year (for 15 or fewer employees and for 16 or more), community spirit (for non-profit businesses or organizations, as well as for profit businesses or organizations), business ethics, people's choice, youth employee of the year and exceptional customer service.
 
Ben Stone, President of the Olds & District Chamber of Commerce, explains who can make a nomination.
 
 
 
 
Stone explains when the deadline is for submitting nominations.
 
 
 
 
He says to visit the events category on the oldsalberta.com website to find the nomination forms.
 
 
 
 
According to Stone, the 2018 Business Awards Banquet will be held on October 10th at the Olds College Alumni Centre.
 

 

 

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