Youth set the tone for 2014 Dundas Community Awards
Commitment, Passion, Values don't happen by accident
Dundas Star News
By Craig Campbell
For the first time in the 21 years the award has been handed out, there was a tie for Youth Volunteer of the Year at the Dundas Community Awards, Friday night. Click here to read more.
Alex Szabo, owner of Dundas Valley Collison Centre, with the two Dundas Valley Collision Centre Youth Volunteer of the Year recipients Catharine Bowman and Anisha Rao
Community of Dundas honours its stars
Dundas Star News
The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce has announced the nominees for the 2014 Dundas Community Awards.
In the running for the Royal Bank Citizen of the Year award are Thie Convery, Jennifer Crowson, Theresa Horill and Frank Vermeulen.
The nominees for the Dundas Valley Collision Centre Youth Volunteer of the Year award are Meaghan Burse Anisha Rao and Deanna Stender. Click here to read more.
Dundas Valley Collision Centre Community Awards & Involvement
- 2013 Consumer Choice Award for Best Collision Repair Facility in Hamilton
- 2011 Bodyshop of the Year Award by Bodyshop Magazine
- Voted Best Independent Collision Repair Facility in Greater Hamilton by Readers Choice
- CAA Environmental Commitment Award
- 2005 CAA Customer Satisfaction Award
- Sponsor of the Dundas Youth Volunteer of the Year Award since 1994
Dundas Valley Collision Centre is a proud supporter of the United Way of Burlington & Greater Hamilton and is active in the Dundas Division of the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce taking part in community events through the year such as the annual Citizen and Youth Volunteer of the Year Awards, the Cactus Festival Parade, and Dundas Seniors Day.
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