The Clovies Business Excellence 2022

 

THE CLOVIES

 CLOVERDALE'S BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARDS
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The Clovies Cloverdale's Business Excellence Awards

 

THANK YOU TO OUR TITLE SPONSOR

 

 

The Clovies, Cloverdale’s Business Excellence Awards, is proudly brought to you by the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce. 

Since 1949, the Cloverdale Chamber has represented businesses from Downtown Cloverdale, Highway 10, Five Corners to Fraser Highway and not to forget, Clayton Heights and Campbell Heights. For seven decades, our mandate has been to support our members through advocating for businesses and organizations within the district, providing business and community connections and celebrating everything that east Surrey does.

2023 WINNERS

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.

  • BSL Security Services
  • Clayton Heights Sports and Therapy Center
  • Miracon Development
  • Southridge Building Centre

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.

  • SWR Drain Service Ltd
  • Volleybox Sports Centre
  •  Surrey Digital Printing

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS (1-9 EMPLOYEES)

RETAIL – Honours a small business that sells goods and merchandise directly to consumers whether through a bricks and mortar storefront or online.

  • Mason’s Cloverdale Home Furnishings
  • Nanas Antiques
  • Thrive Greenery and Gifts

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES – Honours a business in the service sector requiring special training and may require holding professional degrees and licenses.

  • Allyson O’Brien Nutrition & Advanced Aesthetics
  • Diabolikal Ink Tattoo Parlour
  •  Ola Fit For Life
  • Rammy Rose Hair and Beauty

 

NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Honours a “start-up” with 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.

  • Allyson O’Brien -Nutrition & Advanced Aesthetics
  • Digital Vision
  •  Nest Clothing

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

  • Ola Alagboro – Ola Fit For Life
  • Bill Haggerty – Elevated Music
  • Vansh Sobti – Nest Clothing

CITIZENSHIP EXCELLENCE AWARD

Recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the well-being of the community through their commitment and dedication.

  • David Balfour
  • Ken Schoepp
  • Walter Van Halst

NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR

Honours a non-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.

  • Royal Canadian Legion – Cloverdale
  •  Cloverdale Rodeo Youth Initiative Foundation
  • Guru Nanak Food Bank

INDIGENOUS BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Honours an organization that is majority Indigenous-owned and is making strides putting reconciliation into action and supporting youth.

  • Pacific Rim Group Inc
  •  RWC Industries
  • Steveston Glass Ltd
  • Well Kept Sustainables

EXCELLENCE IN DIVERSITY, EQUALITY AND INCLUSIVITY

Honours an organization that has made commitments to address societal disparity and injustice, and established or expanded diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives for their current and future workforce.

  • Clayton Heights Sports and Therapy Center
  • Kwantlan Polytechnic University
  •  Universal Access Design

BILL REID MEMORIAL BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR

Recognizes an individual with proven business acumen, who promotes the community at every opportunity and is an inspirational leader within his/her organization.

  • Jared Cotterill, Surrey Digital Printing
  •  Debbie Dore, Nana’s Antiques
  • Ryan O’Shea – Miracon Development

2022 WINNERS

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.

  • Atkinson Landscaping
  • Charcoal & Woodz
  • Clayton Heights Sports & Therapy Center
  • MacMillan Tucker & Mackay

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.

  • Cloverdale Pharmasave
  • Golf & Fraser – Cloverdale
  • Surrey Digital Printing

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS (1-9 EMPLOYEES)

RETAIL – Honours a small business that sells goods and merchandise directly to consumers whether through a bricks and mortar storefront or online.

  • Clothesline Consignment
  • Spent Grounds Coffee Roasters
  • Thrive Greenery and Gifts

HOSPITALITY – Honours a small business within the service industry including lodging, food and drink service, theme parks, transportation, hotels, restaurants and bars.

  • Glenwood Pizza and Curry House
  • Mainland Whisky
  • Tommie’s Jerk

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES – Honours a business in the service sector requiring special training and may require holding professional degrees and licenses.

  • GoTo Promotions
  • Northwood Home Inspections
  • Uptown Business Machines Inc

TRADES & CRAFTS – Honours a small business that offers products or services that require special skills, training, knowledge, and ability.

  • Mama Marzia
  • Vinoscenti Vineyards
  • Zealous Art

HEALTH & WELLNESS – Honours a small business that promotes physical and mental wellbeing such as healthy eating, personal care and beauty, nutrition and weight-loss, meditation, spa retreats, workplace wellness and wellness tourism.

  • Catalyst Kinetics Medical Group – South Surrey
  • eye.OPTOMETRY
  • The Nest Cloverdale Integrative Health

NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Honours a “start-up” with 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.

  • Coating Titan
  • Connies Cucina
  • Sign Gypsies

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

  • Tyler Dennis, MacMillan Tucker
  • Bill Haggerty, Elevated Music
  • Raveena Oberoi, Just Cakes Bakeshop

CITIZENSHIP EXCELLENCE AWARD

Recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the well-being of the community through their commitment and dedication.

  • Alan Clegg
  • Sue Dawkins
  • Bill Van Geemen

NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR

Honours a non-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.

  • B.C. Vintage Truck Museum
  • Cloverdale Arts and Entertainment Association
  • Cloverdale Rodeo Youth Initiative Foundation
  • SuperChefs Cookery for Kids

PHILANTHROPIC BUSINESS EXCELLENCE

Honours a for profit organization that donates time, money, experience, skills or talent to help improve our community.

  • Lotus Terminals Ltd
  • MYBC Consulting
  • Trademark Properties

EXCELLENCE IN DIVERSITY, EQUALITY AND INCLUSIVITY

Honours an organization that has made commitments to address societal disparity and injustice, and established or expanded diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives for their current and future workforce.

  • Clayton Heights Sports & Therapy Center
  • Universal Access Design
  • Silver Icing

BILL REID MEMORIAL BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR

Recognizes an individual with proven business acumen, who promotes the community at every opportunity and is an inspirational leader within his/her organization.

  • Jared Cotterill, Surrey Digital Printing
  • Bill Haggerty, Elevated Music
  • James Harper, McDonald’s – Cloverdale

2021 WINNERS

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE LARGE BUSINESS (20+ Employees)

BC Plant Health Care

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE MEDIUM BUSINESS (10 – 19 EMPLOYEES)

Bodhi Tree Wellness Centre

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS – HEALTH & WELLNESS

Cloverdale Black Belt Academy

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS – HOSPITALITY

Mainland Whisky

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS – PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

DFC Events

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS – RETAIL

Clayton Heights Optometry

BUSINESS RESILIENCY MEDIUM BUSINESS

Truckin’ BBQ

BUSINESS RESILIENCY LARGE BUSINESS

The Clayton Public House

BUSINESS RESILIENCY SMALL BUSINESS

Intersection Fair Trade

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS – Trades and Crafts

Northwood Home Inspections

NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR

Cloverdale Community Kitchen

NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Thrive Greenery & Gifts

YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

Bill Haggerty (Elevated Music)

CITIZENSHIP EXCELLENCE AWARD

Jen Temple

BILL REID MEMORIAL BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR

David Balfour

2020 WINNERS

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE MEDIUM BUSINESS (10 – 19 EMPLOYEES)

  Winner – Harry & Sons Barber

 

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE LARGE BUSINESS (20+ EMPLOYEES)

  Winner – JRG GROUP

 

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS- HEALTH & WELLNESS

  Winner – Cloverdale Black Belt Academy

 

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS- HOSPITALITY

  Winner – The Rustic Rooster

 

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS- PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  Winner – Forevery Occasion Event Planning

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS- RETAIL

  Winner – Clothesline Consignment

 

BUSINESS EXCELLENCE SMALL BUSINESS- TRADES & CRAFTS

  Winner – Cloverdale Auto Repair

 

NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

  Winner – Ola Fit for Life

 

NOT-FOR-PROFIT OF THE YEAR

  Winner – Museum of Surrey

 

YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

  Winner – Ryan O’Shea

 

VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR

  Winner – Al Kersey

 

BILL REID MEMORIAL BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR

  Winner – Rob Paterson

2019 WINNERS

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.

  Winner – The Bone and Biscuit Cloverdale

 

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.

  Winner – Atkinson Landsaping Inc.

 

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.

  Winner – 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.

  Winner – 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.

  Winner – Cloverdale Community Kitchen

 

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.

  Winner – Danielle Neilson, Centric Culinatry 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.

  Winner – Ursula Maxwell-Lewis

 

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.

  Winner – Dean Mooe, Michauds Salon & Spa

2018 WINNERS

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.

  Winner – Basil and Bacon

 

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.

  Winner – Cobs Bread Clayton

 

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.

  Winner – Honeybee Centre

 

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.

  Winner – Short & Sweet Patisserie & Bakery

 

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.

  Winner – Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society

 

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.

  Winner – Jas Rai, The Chopped Leaf

 

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.

  Winner – Rick Hugh

 

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.

  Winner – Jen Temple, Trademark Ventures Ltd.

2017 WINNERS

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.

  Winner – Turkey’s Party Makers

 

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.

  Winner – Dublin Crossing Irish Pub

 

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.

  Winner – Umbrella² Design Group

 

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.

  Winner – Cloverdale Community Kitchen

 

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.

  Winner – Total Bliss Spa

 

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.

  Winner – Mike MacSorley, Cloverdale Rodeo & Exhibition Association

 

GREEN BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

  Winner – Honeybee Centre

2016 WINNERS

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.

  Winner – Cloverdale Pharmasave

 

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.

  Winner – Michaud’s Salon and Spa Wellness Centre

 

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.

  Winner – Cloverdale Coffee Company

 

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.

  Winner – Surrey Association for Community Living

 

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.

  Winner – Dr. Priya Vohora/Maneet Sandhu, eye.Optometry

 

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.

  Winner – Lyle MacMillan – MacMillan, Tucker and McKay

 

GREEN BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

  Winner – BC Plant Health Care

THE CLOVIES TEAM

CLOVIES COMMITTEE

Jen Cowden (Chair)  •   Abby Gemino  •   Yasmin de Joya-Pagal

Judges:
Randall Heidt, Vice President, External Affairs, KPU
Rebecca Smith, Executive Director, Surrey Hospice Society
Brenda Knights, CEO, BC Indigenous Housing Society

 

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