MORE than 80 people attended this year's Harden Murrumburrah Chamber of Commerce and Industry's annual business awards presentation on Saturday night.
Chamber treasurer Ken McKay said it was a highly successful night and that the awards night had become a major event on the local business community's calendar.
The awards night was held at the Harden Country Club.
Jess Maher, Bunches of Blooms, won the business of year award, which is sponsored by the Harden Murrumburrah Chamber of Commerce.
Stephen Rowan, from Harden Bearings and Hardware, was named employee of the year. This award is sponsored by HMA Twomey Patterson.
In an award sponsored by the Harden Murrumburrah Community Bank, Harden Bearings and Hardware won the most community engaged award.
The best customer service award went to the Terracotta Restaurant. This award is sponsored by HMA Twomey Patterson.
The best trainee/apprentice award, sponsored by the Rotary Club, went to Todd Elliott from the Harden Shire Council
And the award for the most improved business award, sponsored by the Harden Shire Council, went to the Wombat Hotel.