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Surrey Board of Trade honours best in business

Tonight (Thursday, Nov. 3), the Surrey Board of Trade recognized eight of Surrey's best businesses.

The 13th annual Surrey Business Excellence Awards were awarded at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel.

Presenting sponsors were Kwantlen Polytechnic University and TD Canada Trust. The evening was hosted by master of ceremonies Pamela Martin.

The winners are:

Best business, 1-5 employees

G3 Consulting

 

Best business, 6-20 employees

Russell Brewing Company

 

Best business, 21-plus employees

Singer Valve Inc.

 

Not-for-profit (under $500,000 a year budget)

NightShift Street Ministries

 

Not-for-profit (over $500,000 a year budget)

Surrey Libraries

 

Best new business of the year

SafeStar Products Company Ltd.

 

Student Entrepreneur of the Year

Math4Me Learning Inc.

 

Business Person of the Year

Tracy Redies, Coast Capital Savings

 

 

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