Penticton Western News Publisher Warren Smith takes a look at the 2020 Best of the South Okanagan supplement appearing in today’s (Wednesday, Oct. 21) paper.

Penticton Western News Publisher Warren Smith takes a look at the 2020 Best of the South Okanagan supplement appearing in today’s (Wednesday, Oct. 21) paper.

Hot off the Press: The Best of the South Okanagan

Check out Wednesday’s Penticton Western News for winners and favourites

Want to find out where the best place is to go on a first date in Penticton or where to buy tires, get a haircut or go golfing?

Well you’re in luck, the 2020 Best of the South Okanagan results are in.

The 2020 Best of the South Okanagan results appear in today’s (Wednesday, Oct. 21,) Penticton Western News, announcing this year’s winners and favourites in more than 90 categories.

Check out the Best of the South Okanagan E-edition here.

The Best of the South Okanagan showcases the amazing businesses and business people who make the South Okanagan such a great place to live and work.

With an overwhelming response this year, and countless businesses nominated, people can feel proud of the quality of products and services being provided in our communities.

“Especially with the challenges of COVID-19, it’s very heartening to see the community support local businesses the way they have through the Best of the South Okanagan,” said Penticton Western News editor Monique Tamminga.

This year, we added a few new categories including best fruit stand as well as expanding the reach of the competition to include Osoyoos, Oliver, Keremeos and Summerland. These communities responded in droves, wanting to celebrate the unique bakeries, eateries and shops.

Read about where to bite into the best burgers, taste the best beers and learn how new small businesses are successful even during the pandemic.

Check out our Best of the South Okanagan and then go explore the very best of our communities.



monique.Tamminga@pentictonwesternnews.com

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