Sylvan Lake Business Awards finalists announced – Sylvan Lake News

The Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for this year’s Sylvan Lake Business Awards.

The Chamber shared on its website: “After a record number of nominations and submissions, the Sylvan Lake Chamber is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2021 award. The winners will be announced on Friday November 19 at an event that takes place. will be held at Landmark Cinemas in Sylvan Lake.

The finalists for the Large Business of the Year award are Bukwildz, Fonda’s Plumbing & Heating, Sobeys, Sylvan Medical Center and Wolf Creek Building Supplies.

Finalists for the Small Business of the Year Award, sponsored by Servus Credit Union, include Clearview Glass, Knot Just A Box, Sylvan Lake AutoPro, Sylvan Lake Physical Therapy & Sports Injury Clinic, The Baby Footprint and The Wood Shed Ax Throwing.

Home Business of the Year finalists are A to Z Blinds, Geek Girl Apparel and Promotion, and Petal and Blum Creative.

The finalists for the New Business of the Year Award, sponsored by Canadian Tire, are Crucial Diesel, Firestone Cannabis – Sylvan Lake, Flying Goose Media, Sylvan Auto Parts, Tech Heating and Air Conditioning Ltd. and Trybe Fitness Bar.

The finalists for the Business Resilience Award are Hilltop Wedding Center, Jupiter Medical Aesthetics and Wellness, Terrafirma Resources, The Wood Shed Ax Throwing and Trybe Fitness Bar.

The finalists for the Philanthropy Award are Jupiter Medical Aesthetics and Wellness, Servus Credit Union, Sobeys, Sun of a Beach, and Tech Heating and Air Conditioning Ltd.

The finalists for the Marketing Excellence Award, sponsored by Sylvan Lake News, are Snake Lake Brewing Company, Tech Heating and Air Conditioning Ltd., The Wood Shed Ax Throwing and Wolf Creek Building Supplies.

The finalists for the Customer Service Excellence Award, sponsored by Sobeys, are Crucial Diesel, Knot Just A Box, Sylvan Lake AutoPro, Tech Heating and Air Conditioning Ltd. and The Baby Footprint.

The finalists for the Visitor Friendly Award are Bukwildz, DQ Grill and Chill, Knot Just A Box, Main Street Eatery and Redneck Wear and Tear.

The finalists for the Businesswoman of the Year award are Angela Ziefflie (A to Z Blinds), Mari Van Schalkwyk (Jupiter Medical Aesthetics and Wellness), Rebecca Bouw (Petal and Blum Creative), Nicole Saffron (Terrafirma Resources) and Ruby Cole-Ellis (L’Atelier Maby).

The Young Entrepreneur Award finalists are Chris Jervis (Crucial Diesel), Connor and Kory Goossens (Flying Goose Media), Tanis Bergen (Hilltop Wedding Center), Ruby Cole-Ellis (The Maby Studio) and Melissa Lowrey (Trybe Fitness Bar).

The finalists for Employee of the Year, sponsored by Clearview Glass Service, are Anne Muir (Best Western Chateau Suites), Jen Biliant (Sylvan Lake Community Partners), Devon Crooks (Tech Heating and Air Conditioning Ltd.), Lacey Derricott ( Trybe Fitness Bar) and Christian Levac (The ax throwing from the wooden shed).

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