Nominations Now Open for the Salt Spring Chamber's 2020 Salty Awards

The Salt Spring Island Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Windsor Plywood, with support from the Salt Spring Exchange, is excited to announce that the 2020 Salty Award nominations are open! This year’s awards will look different than previous years, focusing on businesses and organizations that have demonstrated resilience and ability to adapt in this year’s challenging business environment.

There will be 10 business awards centered around resilience, community, service and innovation and one community award in honour of Matt Steffich, a long time Chamber board member and the MC of the annual Salty Awards Gala, highlighting his commitment to the Salt Spring Island community.

The selection system will also be different this year. Nominations and voting will still take place online, followed by the top of each category being judged by a panel. We’re introducing the popular vote / judging panel combination to ensure that deserving businesses and individuals are considered based on merit.

Nominate at saltspringchamber.com

Nominations close on October 13, 2020

“We’re really looking forward to celebrating the businesses that have worked so hard to keep our community safe, and their businesses going during such a challenging year. And we feel so honoured to add the Matt Steffich Community Impact Award this year. The award aims to feature community members that are always looking for ways to improve the community and make it a more enjoyable place to live, while commemorating such a wonderful supporter of our community and the Salty Awards” Jessica Harkema, executive director.

The Salt Spring Island Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit member based organization. Overseen by a volunteer board, the Chamber of Commerce is a proven business advocate at local, regional, provincial and federal levels of government. The Chamber of Commerce works to first and foremost serve and advocate on behalf of its members, create a friendly business environment, and build a sustainable local economy.

September 21, 2020 3:30 PM

Community Comments

  • Avatar w101 says:

    Easy ... --Both *Country Grocer*, and *Thrifty Foods*... (The Staff and Management) --WELL DONE.! Thank you.., thank you, thank you!
    I hope Country Grocer keeps some version of their check out line up system even after Covid. 🙂