Chamber of Commerce: Business Excellence Awards

Anyone can support the Business Excellence Awards by donating gift certificates, merchandise or services.

The Lake Country Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its 11th annual Business Excellence Awards and silent auction on Oct. 19 in the Grapevine Restaurant at Gray Monk Estate Winery.

The chamber anticipates approximately 105 guests at this function and the funds raised will go toward The Lake Country Food Bank as well as other chamber networking functions and community events to benefit members as well as community residents.

To make this event as exciting and extravagant as the chamber hopes, it needs your help.

Anyone can support the event by donating gift certificates, merchandise or services. In exchange, you will receive some excellent community exposure and advertising. Your company name, address, phone number and donation will be listed in the digital auction brochure that we will send to all Lake Country Chamber of Commerce members and local media prior to the auction. Your business name will be listed in the auction program at the event.

In exchange for your auction item donation the chamber will display your businesses racking cards in its Business Information Centre for the year.

If you wish to participate in this event please send your rack cards or business cards with your item.

A chamber member of staff will gladly pick up your donation, or it can be mailed to the chamber address listed below. In order for your item to be included in the digital auction brochure it must received by Oct. 1. Please fill out a donation form and return it to Corrinne at manager@lakecountrychamber.com or drop it off with your donation at the Chamber office, 106-3121 Hill Road, Lake Country B.C., V4V 1G1.

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact the chamber.

Corrinne Cross is the manager of the Lake Country Chamber of Commerce.

 

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