Ponoka chamber business award finalists announced

The final nominees for the Ponoka and District Chamber of Commerce business awards have been announced.

2019 Business Award Finalists

SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR:

Flowers 4 You

Hot Express Food Truck and Stafford Catering

Julie’s Travel

Ponoka Health Foods

MEDIUM BUSINESS OF THE YEAR:

Battle River Insurance

Rancher’s Castle

Siding 14 Brewery

LARGE BUSINESS OF THE YEAR:

ATB

Phase 3 Electric

Sommer Home Hardware

INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR:

Alberta Flares

RTS Services

Under Pressure Line Jetting

AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR:

Bobtail Nursery

Heartland Feeds

Ponoka Veterinary Clinic

NON-PROFIT BUSINESS OF THE YEAR:

Ponoka Stampede and Exhibition

Ponoka Youth Centre

Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 66

BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR:

Greg Braat – Battle River Insurance

Mary Lynn Ellingson – Redneck Barbie Inc.

Kim Green – Altitude Spa and Kim Green Dental Hygiene

Kathy Masters – Ponoka Health Foods

CUSTOMER SERVICE PERSON OF THE YEAR:

Ida Buryniuk – Gord’s No Frills

Julie Morrell – Ponoka Professional Pharmacy

Shelly Van Eaton – Ponoka FCSS

The winners will be announced at the awards gala Oct. 25.

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