Small business makes Campbell River hum

For the third year the Campbell River Mirror is proud to publish “Profiles of Excellence”

Small and medium-sized businesses have become the cornerstone of Campbell River’s evolving economy. And, there is no better time to celebrate the contributions of those businesses than during Small Business Week.

For the third year the Campbell River Mirror is proud to publish “Profiles of Excellence,” an annual small business supplement that showcases the services of a cross section of the city’s bedrock businesses.

In the supplement, which will be delivered with your regular Friday edition of the Mirror, you will find profiles of more than 25 businesses from tire stores to cabinet makers, from chiropractors to flower shops.

“There are a couple of themes that emerge as common to all these businesses,” says Mirror publisher Zena Williams, “and they are a dedication to quality customer service, product excellence and pride in people.”

“Our small business leaders and their teams exemplify entrepreneurial spirit and risk taking. Their ideas and innovation are helping shape a prosperous business climate and define a brightening future for Campbell River. We are pleased to be able to showcase their business, their products and their people in the Profiles of Excellence edition,” Williams says.

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