Excellence award tickets on sale now

Tickets are now on sale for the Harrison Agassiz Chamber of Commerce 2nd Annual Business Excellence Awards, 2011.

The awards banquet, where all winners will be announced, will be held on Thursday, February 24 at the Harrison Hot Springs Resort Hotel.

This evening showcases local businesses and their staff that have proven to be outstanding in their fields of expertise.  

Entertainment will be provided by Christopher Molineux, a world-renowned comedian and public speaking coach.  

The event is still open to sponsorship. The cost to be an award sponsor is $550 and includes two dinner banquet tickets, award sponsorship, award presentation, one full page advertisement in The Observer.

As a sponsor, your business logo will be featured on all advertising regarding the event.                                               Dinner Banquet tickets are $60 each and are available at Cookin Kim’s Cafe in Harrison Hot Springs or The Observer office in Agassiz. Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be available at the door.

For information phone 604-796-4300.  

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