Sylvan Lake glass business honoured among best in province

The Alberta Business Awards of Distinction was held in Edmonton Feb. 27, and Len Campbell, owner of Sylvan Lake-based Clearview Glass

The Alberta Business Awards of Distinction was held in Edmonton Feb. 27, and Len Campbell, owner of Sylvan Lake-based Clearview Glass Service, was in attendance as his company placed in the top five of the overall 149 nominees for the Small Business Award of Distinction.

He said that even though he did not win the award, it was an honour to have been chosen as one of the final five nominees for the province-wide award.

Campbell tried to describe what it meant to be nominated for the award, and said it was difficult to put his feelings into words.

“It’s an honour to be nominated,” he said. “We were the only one in Central Alberta who got nominated.”

Campbell’s business provides new and replacement glass in his customers’ homes, businesses and vehicles. His business serves customers anywhere in Alberta.

“We work hard and we try to please the customer, and it’s just a reward for all the hard work we do,” he said. “We try to give them a quality product in a timely fashion.”

Campbell also attended the Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce Business Awards and Mermaid Ball held at the Community Centre last year, where his business was presented with the Customer Service Excellence Award, sponsored by Unique Elevations.


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