Tickets available for the 2019 Red Deer Chamber Business of the Year Awards

The event will be held Oct. 16 at the Red Deer College Arts Centre

Ticket are on sale now for the 2019 Business of the Year Awards.

Red Deer and District Chamber of Commerce is holding the 36th annual awards, marking the 125th anniversary of the Chamber, on Oct. 16 at the Red Deer College Arts Centre.

“We are really excited for this year’s event… we are pulling out all the stops”, says Shelley Hanlan, the chamber’s events manager. Special guests and strong community support and sponsorship will add up to “a unique event that showcases local business excellence.”

Chamber CEO Rick More expressed pride in the record number of Business of the Year nominations “and the incredible success stories from our finalists.” He believes it’s an opportunity “to come together, network and celebrate the finalist’s achievements.”

The sponsored event is the prelude to the BDC Small Business Week, marking the important contributions small businesses make in the community. Tickets are available from the chamber.

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