The 18th annual Nanaimo Business Awards will take place April 26 at the Port Theatre in Nanaimo. (News Bulletin file photo)

Voting open for 2018 Nanaimo Business Awards

Annual awards gala takes place April 26 at Port Theatre in Nanaimo

Voting has begun for the 2018 Nanaimo Business Awards.

According to a press release, the 18th annual awards recognize individuals, businesses and non-profit groups that have added to the “fabric and flavour” of the community.

There is a list of 100 finalists, with 22 categories, and voters can cast their ballots at the Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce website until April 6 – voters don’t have to be a member of the chamber.

A panel of independent judges will rank and vet the Top 5 with accounting firm MNP overseeing the process.

The Nanaimo Business Awards gala will take place April 26 at the Port Theatre.

To purchase tickets or vote, go to www.nanaimochamber.bc.ca.


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