Comox Valley companies honoured by Better Business Bureau

Two Comox Valley businesses came home from the Better Business Bureau of Vancouver Island awards ceremony Friday with Torch Awards.

Two Comox Valley businesses came home from the Better Business Bureau of Vancouver Island awards ceremony Friday with Torch Awards.

Two Eagles Lodge in Union Bay prevailed in the Hospitality, Tourism and Event Services category, while Above All Cleaning of Courtenay won in the Cleaning Services group.

Thirteen businesses received awards at the Westin, Bear Mountain Victoria Golf Resort and Spa.

The Torch Awards recognize businesses that have made an exemplary commitment to honest and ethical business practices and consumer service excellence. Local businesses are nominated by customers for their commitment to providing fair, honest, reliable and respectful customer service.

BBB accredited and non-accredited businesses are eligible to win a Torch Award.

BBB thanks its corporate sponsors, Torch Award sponsors, gala partners, Torch Award nominees and the customers who took the time to recognize and nominate local, hardworking, ethical businesses for making this year’s awards celebration an unforgettable event.

For more information about the Torch Awards or to nominate a business, visit vi.bbb.org.

— Better Business Bureau

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