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County of Brant celebrates local businesses

BusinessCounty of Brant celebrates local businesses

The County of Brant celebrated the annual Salute to Brant Business event on Thursday, September 21, 2023.

“It was a wonderful evening of celebrating our business community,” said Zach Gable, Director of Economic Development and Tourism. “We were also excited to be able to showcase the new TF Warren Group Cainsville Community Centre which has been a great addition to this area of the County.”

The annual Salute to Brant event brings together County of Brant businesses, as well as County of Brant Council and staff to enjoy an evening of networking, local food and drink, an awards presentation, and a keynote speaker.

“As always we want to thank the business community for choosing the County of Brant,” said Gable. “We also want to thank those who took the time to nominate a business, and of course, we share our congratulations to this year’s award recipients, as well as the nominees.”

ANC Modular won the #Brantworks High Growth and InnovationAward. Photo courtesy County of Brant.

This year’s award recipients were:

  • Kevin Hodge Farms Ltd. – #BrantFarmsForAll Agriculture Award
  • ANC Modular – #Brantworks High Growth and Innovation Award
  • Steel Wheel Brewery and The Paris Bohemian Gallery – #GoodtimesinBrant Award
  • Apogee Ceramics Inc. – #OurFutureBrant Sustainability Award
Steel Wheel Brewery and The Paris Bohemian Gallery won the #GoodtimesinBrant Award. Photo courtesy County of Brant.
Steel Wheel Brewery and The Paris Bohemian Gallery won the #GoodtimesinBrant Award. Photo courtesy County of Brant. Photo courtesy County of Brant.

“We are incredibly fortunate to have such a vibrant and diverse mix of businesses in Brant,” said Gable. “They truly are a part of what makes the County such a great place to live, work and play.”

This year’s event featured a keynote address from guest speaker Steven Duff, Chief Economist at Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. Steve and his wife Robyn also operate a beef and cash crop operation near Colborne, Ontario.

Apogee Ceramics Inc. won the #OurFutureBrant Sustainability Award. Photo courtesy County of Brant.

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