Plenty of Awards Nominations in Port Moody


Port Moody Spike Awards 2011

Do you know a person or business in Port Moody that deserves to be recognized for their excellence? If so, we have good news for you! Nominations are currently open for the Spike Awards and the Civic Awards, and at least one category is bound to fit the bill. Plus, there’s something in it for you, too: if you nominate a business for a Spike Award, you could win an iPad. Port Mooody’s clearly pulling out all the stops on this one.

Spike Awards

The Spike Awards are in their sixth year, now. The awards are given by the City of Port Moody’s Economic Development Committee, and honour outstanding local businesses in six different categories:

  • Arts in Business
  • Street Appeal
  • Customer Service
  • Environmental
  • Technology and Innovation
  • Tourist Destination

Nominations for the Spike Awards must be received by 5:00pm on Thursday, September 29. To nominate your favourite business or businesses, fill out the online nomination form.

Civic Awards

The Port Moody Civic Awards recognize individuals, businesses and organizations that contribute to life in Port Moody. There are five different awards given:

  • Peter Hulbert Accessibility Award
  • Port Moody Heritage Award
  • Port Moody Arts Award
  • Port Moody Environmental Award
  • Port Moody Sports Achievement Award

The Civic Awards are all judged separately, but the deadline for nominations is Friday, September 30 in all categories. Visit Port Moody’s Civic Awards page to find out more about each award, and download nomination forms.

Now, what are you waiting for? Time to start nominating!

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Comments

  1. The companies and people of Port Moody, providing outstanding leadership and those making a real difference in any endeavour, deserve to receive recognition; no question.

    IMHO, Port Moody continues to lack any real substantive economic development initiatives, and this is one major reason why we need some big changes at City Hall come election time.

    To tie up the brainpower of the Economic Development Committee appointees on such a task as the Spike Awards seems like a complete under utilization of these free volunteer resources.

    Perhaps it’s time for Port Moody to have a Civic Recognition Committee with a focused mandate, so other committees can focus on, and maybe expand the work plans. On the surface this would seem to be a more effective way to get committee business done.