CLOVERDALE'S BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARDS
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HONOURING BUSINESS EXCELLENCE
HONOURING BUSINESS EXCELLENCE
The Clovies name was selected to recognize our home base/region and to add theatrical flair to the Business Excellence Awards and Celebrations. Use of a four-leaf clover as the visual focal point for the Clovies is symbolic in its colour and rarity.
Only one four-leaf clover is found in every ten-thousand regular clovers and each leaf is believed to represent a particular value: the first is faith; the second is hope; the third is for love; the fourth and final leaf is for luck. We believe these values will be embraced by all the nominees for an award.
To stage an event like the Clovies required financial partners and many other types of contributions. We wish to thank the many sponsors and contributors who’ve made the Clovies possible. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
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2019 CLOVIES FINALISTS!
BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS (1 – 9 EMPLOYEES)
Honours a smaller business that exemplifies superior customer service while embracing innovation and providing a positive work environment for its employees to grow and develop.
The Bone and Biscuit Cloverdale
S.E. Parker & Associates Ltd.
Servcomm Communications Ltd.
BUSINESS EXCELLENCE MEDIUM BUSINESS (10 – 19 EMPLOYEES)
Honours a medium business that exemplifies superior customer service while embracing innovation and providing a positive work environment for its employees to grow and develop.
Atkinson Landscaping Inc.
Harry & Sons
BUSINESS EXCELLENCE LARGE BUSINESS (20+ EMPLOYEES)
Honours a larger business that exemplifies superior customer service while embracing innovation and providing a positive work environment for its employees to grow and develop.
The Honeybee Centre
Elements Casino Surrey
NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
Honours a “start-up” in operation for a minimum of six (6) months to a maximum of twenty-four (24) months since incorporation and is achieving outstanding results in a short period of time.
Emerge Fitness Studio
The Heart Cloverdale
NOT-FOR-PROFIT OF THE YEAR
Honours a not-for-profit organization, which may include a charity, community association or society, that is making significant strides within its sphere of influence and adding value to the community.
Cloverdale Arts & Entertainment Assoc.
Cloverdale Community Kitchen
For the Love of Thrifting
YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR
Recognizes a young “rising star”, 39 years of age or younger, with entrepreneurial instincts, who is making a difference within his/her organization and the community.
Danielle Neilson, Centric Culinary Inc.
David Endacott, Atkinson Landscaping Inc.
Matt Atkinson, Atkinson Landscaping Inc.
GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD
Recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the well-being of the Cloverdale District Community through their commitment and dedication to the community.
Ben Wevers, Driving Force
Rob Paterson, Newmac Animal Feeds
BILL REID MEMORIAL BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR
Recognizes an individual who demonstrates innovation, growth, strong sense of internal and external customer service and is an inspirational leader within his/her organization.
Beni Bennett, Northwood Home Inspections
Dean Moore, Michauds Salon & Spa
Being nominated for a Clovie was such a surprise and then to win was such an honor. The Clovies were a beautiful evening to visit with members of our community, fellow businesses and to celebrate all of your hard work throughout the year.
THE CLOVIES TEAM
Bal Sabharwal (Chair) • Abby Gemino • Brian Leong • Bruce Hayne • Jen Cowden
Kristy Hill • Leanne Hosler • Wayne McKay • Yasmin de Joya-Pagal
Jen Temple (Trademark Properties) • Marlyn Graziano (KPU) • Mike MacSorley (Cloverdale Rodeo)