Four local companies in running for Small Business BC Awards

Nominees still being accepted until Nov. 30

Four Abbotsford companies have been nominated for the 14th annual Small Business BC Awards.

The award recipients will be announced Feb. 23 at the Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel.

Local nominees include: Fire and Ice Hair Company, Sumas Mountain Contracting Ltd., Visionary Medical Solutions, and Sober Girls Designated Drivers.

Recipients of Small Business BC Awards are recognized with the Premier’s Prize of $1,500 cash. They also receive a one-year pass to Small Business BC education, resources and experts, and one-on-one business mentorship opportunities.

Nominated business owners are tasked with gaining as many votes as possible through social media, word of mouth, email and other means by Nov. 30 to make it to the top 10 in each of the 10 categories.

The finalists will be announced Dec. 12. Visit for more information.








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