Lake Country Chamber of Commerce releases excellence award finalists

There are 15 categories with three finalists each

The Lake Country Chamber of Commerce has released the top three finalists for its 2019 Business Excellence Awards:

Rising Star Award:

Invati Yoga & Wellness

Pedego Oyama

Aura Office

Tourism Excellence Award:

Woodlake RV Park and Marina

50th Parallel Estate Winery

Oyama Zipline Adventure Park

Business of the Year:


UBR Services

Printing and Copies

A Place for Yoga

and Health

Community Service


Lake Country

Health Planning

Hands In Service

Lake Country Food


Young Entrepreneur:

Kayla Caruana

Rhea McNicol

Robyn Perrier

Business of the Year


Interior Savings

Nor-Val Rentals

L’Isola Bella Bistro

Health Service

Provider of the Year:

Healthy Essentials



Nalu Wellness

Registered Massage


Home Based

Business of the Year:

Memory Blocks

Turtle Bay IT

Lake Country Nails

People’s Choice


Invati Yoga &


Quaint Hair Design

Nalu Wellness

Registered Massage


Family Farm Award:

Gambell Farms

Gatzke Orchard

Prairie Folk Farmery

Volunteer of the


Rob Conelley

Miriam Bowles

Tom Cockrell

Professional Service



Interior Savings

KV Consulting

Business Leader of

the Year:

Jennifer Madsen (Oyama Zipline Adventure Park)

Sarah Fraser (Crave Fitness)

Kelly Craig and Tara Nakashima (Invati Yoga & Wellness)

Hospitality Award of the Year:

Block One Restaurant — 50th Parallel Estate Winery

Chantana’s Thai


L’Isola Bella Bistro

Trade Service

Provider Award:

Holme Electric

Kapiti Built

BP Power Machines

The Business Awards Gala will be held on Feb. 28, 2020, at the Four Points by Sheraton in Kelowna.

Tickets will go on sale in January.

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