Recently we had the incredible opportunity to celebrate the Better Business Bureau’s Centennial Anniversary in tandem with the Business Ethics Award Ceremony in which we were honoured to be recognized as nominees in the Small Business Category.
Held at the impressive Gasoline Alley Museum at Heritage Park, several of our staff thoroughly enjoyed a delicious 5 course meal and a fabulous program.
CTV’s Lea Williams-Doherty was the Master of Ceremonies and Tony Tighe was a Guest Speaker who captivated the audience with his tales of his commitment to Consumer advocacy for over 20 years. As well, he spoke about the merits of the Better Business Bureau and their dedication to helping Consumers find businesses and brands they can trust.
We are proud to be a member of such a worthwhile organization and to have received the 2011 Better Business Bureau Ethics Award and to again be nominated this year! The heart of our business continues to center around providing our Client families with the highest ethical relationship possible!
Whatever business or service you may be looking for in the future, I highly recommend checking out the myriad of support services the BBB offers. If you ever encounter an issue as a Consumer, it is always in your best interest to report your experience to the BBB; they truly are your advocate and whether or not the business at question is a BBB member, the BBB can lead you in the right direction to resolve any issues you may have. Congratulations to all the worthy winners of this year’s awards!