Business Excellence Awards gearing up for a big night.

Business Excellence awards underway at Harrison Resort and Spa

Tonight's awards include Employee of the Year and Green Excellence

The 2013 Harrison Agassiz Business Excellence Awards are about to begin, and guests are starting to arrive in the conference room of the Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa.

Awards will be handed out this evening to a wide range of well-deserving employees and employers.Categories include Non – Profit of the Year sponsored by Modern Tire & Towing, Excellence in Agriculture sponsored by District of Kent,  Excellence in Tourism sponsored by Tourism Harrison, Excellence in Retail sponsored by Prospera Credit Union, Excellence in Culinary sponsored by Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa, Excellence in Service – Business sponsored byVillage of Harrison Hot Springs, New Business of the Year sponsored by Rimex, People’s Choice Award sponsored by Black Forest Restaurant, Chamber’s Choice Award sponsored by HA Chamber, Green Excellence Award sponsored by  Oasis Coffee & Bistro, Employer of the Year sponsored by Britco LP and Employee of the Year sponsored by Kent Veterinary Clinic.

Following the dinner and awards, guests will be treated to a performance by Todd Richard and the TR Band.

Watch this website for names of the winners later into this evening, and follow our coverage on Facebook.

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