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Burlington Chamber of Commerce, Finalist

February 6, 2019
business excellence awards finalist

Business Excellence Awards Finalist, Burlington Chamber of Commerce

Pearl and Pine Retirement is so very honoured to be given this title of Finalist in the category of Large Service Business here in Burlington, Ontario.  To be up against some amazing, strong, established businesses in our community is a tremendous honour and we thank the Burlington Chamber of Commerce for this distinction.

Read below the press release from the Burlington Chamber of Commerce, outlining all of the respected finalists.


Burlington Chamber of Commerce Announces Business Excellence Award Finalists
February 5, 2019

After months of interviews and meetings, the Burlington Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for its 2019 Business Excellence Awards.

The Chamber has named 29 local organizations as potential winners of its Business Excellence Awards in a variety of categories. Award nominations are based on overall business excellence and the criteria include leadership, community contributions, entrepreneurship, environment, employee welfare, innovation and market growth.

The finalists are:

Manufacturer – Large

Manufacturer – Medium
Great Lakes Scenic Studios
Battlefield Press

BurlingtonGreen Environmental Association
Food for Life Canada
Shifra Homes

Retail / Wholesale
Fully Promoted Burlington
Global Fuels Inc.
Nickel Brook Brewing Company

Service – Large
A.S.P. Security Services
Guaranteed Removals
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport
Pearl & Pine Retirement

Service – Medium
Bateman MacKay
CareGo Tek

Service – Small
Baudit Interior Design
Fairview Tire AutoPro
Renteknik Group
The Bradburn Group

Service – Micro
FarAway Greens Indoor Golf
OnePlan Business Centres

Young Entrepreneur
Erika MacKay (Niche for Design)
Joseph Apps (Joe Apps Technology Support)
Tara Hill (Millcroft Catering)

Employer of the Year
Gem Limousine
Innomotive Solutions Group

“The Chamber was faced with some very tough decisions to choose finalists and winners this year” said Keith Hoey, President & CEO of the Burlington Chamber of Commerce. “The calibre of the companies seems to be getting better every year. This is a clear indication of the world-class organizations that carry on business in Burlington and the Chamber of Commerce is pleased to be able to recognize all of these organizations.”

While the list of finalists is now public information, the names of the winners remain a closely guarded secret. The winners will be announced at the Burlington Business Awards Gala set for April 4 at the Burlington Convention Centre.  This not-to-be-missed affair proves to be one of the most anticipated business events of the year.  Tickets are available here.

Also being presented at the Chamber Awards Gala will be BEDC’s Technology and Innovation Award, Tourism Burlington’s Tourism Builder Award, and Mayor Marianne Meed Ward’s Community Service Awards.

If you are interested in attending the Gala, please call the Chamber office at 905-639-0174 or visit the Chamber’s website.  Partnership opportunities are available; contact Ashlee Livingstone at 905-320-1013.

The Burlington Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in Burlington and advocates at the local, regional, provincial and federal levels on behalf of 1,000 companies representing 30,000 employees. The Chamber provides valuable networking and education opportunities for its members by hosting over 80 events each year. For more information visit the Burlington Chamber website at .

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