The Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce handed out its annual business awards Friday night.
The large business of the year award went to Bluewater Power while Centrepoint IDA Pharmacy took small business of the year honours.
Peter Sparks of All Seasons trophies and signs was named the member of the year.
Employee Relations went to LEHDER Environmental Services, Cargill Ltd. was named exporter of the year and Lambton Family Dental's Mike Rondinelli was named young entrepreneur.
Rob Taylor with the Sarnia Lambton Industrial Educational Cooperative was recognized for business leadership, Sunripe's Will Willensen for marketing and promotions and Jenny Gough of Pollutech Enviroquatics Ltd. was awarded in the health, safety and environment category.
Marc & Anne Alton of Alton Farms Estate Winery were recognized for their agri-business, The Studio for inclusivity, Lambton Kia, Christine Yurchuk of Lillith Boutique and Bea Vasey of Altered Elegance for customer service and Terrapure Environment for innovation.
Sarnia Rebound won the the Social Profit category.