Waterdown businesses recognized by Hamilton BIA Advisory Committee

News Mar 29, 2016 Flamborough Review

The Hamilton Business Improvement Areas Advisory Committee, which comprises members from the city’s 13 BIA organizations, recognized two Waterdown businesses at its Outstanding Business Achievement Awards ceremony earlier this month at Carmen’s Banquet Centre.

Waterdown Shopping Centres received the Façade Improvement award for its recent renovation of the Dundas Street East plaza, while Riverin Kitchens received the Sparkle Award, which recognizes ongoing maintenance of their Dundas Street East property. 

Awards were presented by Mayor Fred Eisenberger and Ward 3 Councillor Matthew Green.

Waterdown businesses recognized by Hamilton BIA Advisory Committee

News Mar 29, 2016 Flamborough Review

The Hamilton Business Improvement Areas Advisory Committee, which comprises members from the city’s 13 BIA organizations, recognized two Waterdown businesses at its Outstanding Business Achievement Awards ceremony earlier this month at Carmen’s Banquet Centre.

Waterdown Shopping Centres received the Façade Improvement award for its recent renovation of the Dundas Street East plaza, while Riverin Kitchens received the Sparkle Award, which recognizes ongoing maintenance of their Dundas Street East property. 

Awards were presented by Mayor Fred Eisenberger and Ward 3 Councillor Matthew Green.

Waterdown businesses recognized by Hamilton BIA Advisory Committee

News Mar 29, 2016 Flamborough Review

The Hamilton Business Improvement Areas Advisory Committee, which comprises members from the city’s 13 BIA organizations, recognized two Waterdown businesses at its Outstanding Business Achievement Awards ceremony earlier this month at Carmen’s Banquet Centre.

Waterdown Shopping Centres received the Façade Improvement award for its recent renovation of the Dundas Street East plaza, while Riverin Kitchens received the Sparkle Award, which recognizes ongoing maintenance of their Dundas Street East property. 

Awards were presented by Mayor Fred Eisenberger and Ward 3 Councillor Matthew Green.