Nominations sought for Coupeville chamber awards

Coupeville Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for our 2014 Excellence In Business Awards, sponsored by Whidbey Island Bank. Categories are: Business of The Year, Entrepreneurial Spirit, Business Leadership and Lifetime Achievement Award. Winners of the 2013 Excellence In Business Awards were: Business of The Year: Whidbey Island Bank; Entrepreneurial Spirit: Lavender Wind; Business Leadership: Janice Vaughan; Lifetime Achievement: Coupeville Festival Association.

Coupeville Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for our 2014 Excellence In Business Awards, sponsored by Whidbey Island Bank. Categories are: Business of The Year, Entrepreneurial Spirit, Business Leadership and Lifetime Achievement Award.

Winners of the 2013 Excellence In Business Awards were:  Business of The Year: Whidbey Island Bank; Entrepreneurial Spirit: Lavender Wind;  Business Leadership: Janice Vaughan; Lifetime Achievement: Coupeville Festival Association.

The awards will be presented at our installation and awards dinner on Thursday Feb. 6.

All organizations nominated must be active members of the Coupeville Chamber of Commerce. Deadline for submission of an entry is Jan. 15, 2014.

 

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