North Tahoe businesses, residents honored at 62nd awards dinner |

North Tahoe businesses, residents honored at 62nd awards dinner

The Bridgetender in Tahoe City won Best Business of the Year.
Courtesy North Lake Tahoe Chamber |

And the winners are...

Below is the full list of 2015 winners at the 62nd annual awards dinner:

Best Place to Work: Auerbach Engineering

Citizen of the Year: Patti Boxeth

Public Servant of the Year: Mike Brown

Best New! Business: Moe’s Original BBQ

Non-Profit Organization: Tahoe Nordic Search & Rescue

Business of the Year: Bridgetender

Regional Marketing Award: Resort at Squaw Creek

Hospitality Award: Trunk Show

Distinguished Community Service Award: Kay Williams

Ambassador of the Year: Ambera Dodson

TAHOE CITY, Calif. — The North Lake Tahoe Chamber/CVB/Resort Association honored local leaders and businesses on April 20 during the 62nd Annual Community Awards Dinner at the Resort at Squaw Creek.

Numerous awards were bestowed to community members who excelled in multiple areas throughout 2015.

Themed “Stars of North Lake Tahoe 2015,” the night certainly was filled with stars as more than 350 community and business leaders were in attendance. The official sponsor of the event was Tahoe Blue Vodka and Charter Spectrum Reach hosted a VIP lounge.

Many sponsors helped make the event a success, including D’Lish Catering Event Planning & Design, The Abbi Agency, Mr. D DJ Services, Tahoe Getaways, Tahoe Fund and more.

The event was MC’ed by Dave Mulligan of the Chef & City Series, which will be filming in North Lake Tahoe during the summer of 2016.

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