Still time to vote for your favourites

Online balloting closes Tuesday for the Best of the West Shore awards

Voting for the Best of the West Shore Awards closes Tuesday

If you haven’t gone online to vote for your favourite businesses and activities, there’s still a few days left to make your nominations known for the 2016 Best of the West Shore awards.

Presented jointly by the WestShore Chamber of Commerce and the News Gazette and sponsored by Peninsula Co-Op, Best of the West Shore spotlights those area companies that residents feel have provided exemplary service and/or products, and those sports and recreation opportunities that offer visitors a memorable experience.

“It recognizes the best and the brightest of the West Shore

and it’s a great opportunity to showcase all of the amazing organizations that we have, and the favourite community places,” says Julie Lawlor, executive director of the Chamber.

The voting has been extended through Tuesday, Sept. 27. Be sure to head over to bowsa2016.ca to nominate your favourites. By doing so, you’ll be entered to win a night’s stay at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Colwood.

The finalists and the category winners will be announced at the Best of the West Shore gala Oct. 26 at Olympic View Golf Club. Tickets for the event will go on sale once the results of the nominations are known.

Cast your votes at bowsa2016.ca or for more information, contact the WestShore Chamber of Commerce at 250-478-1130.

editor@goldstreamgazette.com

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