Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce recognizes 2021 Business Excellence Award winners

For the second year in a row, the winners were honoured in a virtual ceremony. In a Facebook livestream, host Tyler Maki and Chamber President Maggie Spizzirri travelled around town to a number of businesses as they announced this year’s winners.

Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce director Stacey Brensrud (left) joins Kawakubo Japanese Restaurant staff Jon Wichett and Chieko Toyama to accept their two awards, the Community Support Excellence award the and Food & Beverage Excellence award. Photo: Image from

This past Saturday, the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual business awards. For the second year in a row, the winners were honoured in a virtual ceremony. In a Facebook livestream, host Tyler Maki and Chamber President Maggie Spizzirri travelled around town to a number of businesses as they announced this year’s winners.

The 2021 Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards winners:

Employee of the Year – Tyler Maki from RCU Insurance
Business Resilience – Royal Canadian Legion Branch 46
Business Resilience – Roxy Theatre Revelstoke
Youth Employer of the Year – Roxy Theatre Revelstoke
Entrepreneurial Excellence – Fable Book Parlour
Sustainable Business Excellence – Little Bear Engineering
Accommodation Excellence – The Explorers Society Hotel
Tourism Attractions Excellence – Revelstoke Cycling Association
Retail Excellence – Mountain Goodness Natural Foods
Construction Excellence – Absolute Contracting
Industrial & Manufacturing Excellence – Downie Timber Ltd Selkirk Cedar
Trades & Services Excellence – Birch Bear Cubs Daycare
Technology & Innovation Excellence – Revelstoke Idea Factory
Food & Beverage Excellence – Kawakubo Japanese Restaurant
Community Support Excellence – Kawakubo Japanese Restaurant
Business or Organization of the Year – Revelstoke Search and Rescue
Business or Organization of the Year – Revelstoke Family Pharmacy / PharmaChoice

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