Quartet of Valley companies win awards

Four Comox Valley companies topped their categories at the 14th annual Vancouver Island Business Excellence Awards last month at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre.

Coastal Black Estate Winery and Meadery in Black Creek was named Agricultural Business of the Year    at the awards presentations in Nanaimo.

Courtenay notary public Daryl Robins CGA won the Entrepreneur of the Year category.

Excel Career College — which has a campus in Courtenay — was selected Professional Company of the Year.

Ambassador Shuttle Service of Comox topped all other nominees in the Business of the Year category, which recognizes business with fewer than 50 employees.

— Vancouver Island Business Excellence Awards

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