Nanaimo thrift store award finalist

NANAIMO – West Coast Thrift named one of the top five best small businesses for its innovative online marketing campaign.

Nanaimo’s West Coast Thrift was named one of the top five best small businesses in the province by Small Business B.C. for its innovative online marketing campaign.

West Coast Thrift, specializing in new and used goods, is competing to receive the Best Online Marketer Award as part of the annual Small Business B.C. Awards contest. This award, sponsored by Sage, will recognize one B.C. business for the most innovative and impactful online marketing campaign executed.

Small Business B.C., a resource centre for small business, hosts its awards contest annually in recognition of the outstanding contributions entrepreneurs make in B.C.

This year, 417 businesses were nominated in 55 communities across B.C. and narrowed down to the top 10 in eight award categories through online voting.

The winners will be announced Feb. 27. For more information, please visit www.sbbcawards.ca.

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