The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the winners for our 27th Annual Business Excellence Awards which were proudly presented by Bell on Wednesday June 16, 2021 @ Boomers Drive-in.
CLEAN, GREEN & BEAUTIFUL
Sponsored by: City of Thunder Bay
Winner: Lakehead District School Board
LOOKING GOOD AWARD
Sponsored by: Tbaytel
Winner: The Salvation Army Journey to Life Centre
NOT FOR PROFIT EXCELLENCE AWARD
Sponsored by: Impala Canada
Winner: Dew Drop Inn
QUALITY OF LIFE AWARD
Sponsored by: Enbridge
Winner: ITEC 2000 Equipment Inc.
CUSTOMER SERVICE AWARD
Sponsored by: Fort William Historical Park
Winner: Authentique Gift Shop
NEW BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARD
Sponsored by: Nuclear Waste Management Organization
Winner: Beefcakes Burger Factory
BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARD – SMALL
Sponsored by: Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission
Winner: Bay Village Coffee
BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARD – MEDIUM
Sponsored by: Weiler, Maloney, Nelson
Winner: Sleeping Giant Brewing Company
BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARD – LARGE
Sponsored by: BDO Canada LLP
Winner: Impala Canada
Sponsored by: Ontario Power Generation
Winner: Nathan Lawrence, DLC Mortgage Excellence & Royal LePage Lannon Realty
Sponsored by: Synergy North
Winner: BioNorth Solutions
BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by: Ontario Lottery Gaming Corporation
Winner: Andrea Mulligan, Sleeping Giant Brewing Company
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