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Night of Champions Annual Dinner

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Join us for one of our biggest events of the year! We're going Back to the Future as we honor the incoming Chairman of the Board and our Directors, as well as the Business of The Year, Ambassador of The Year, Public Servant of The Year, and Young Professional of the Year.

This is THE EVENT OF THE YEAR you don't want to miss for the Vacaville Chamber of Commerce. Funds raised at the annual dinner go towards supporting the Chamber's programs of networking, advocacy, leadership, and marketing that work to keep our business community strong!

Nominations are Open

Do you know an outstanding business or public servant who has committed themselves to our community and distinguished themselves as a leader? Let us know and they could be honored at the Vacaville Chamber’s Back to the Future – Night of Champions Annual Dinner on June 24 at the Sunrise Event Center.

Email Debbie Egidio at or use the form below by June 3 with the name of your nominee and a few sentences describing why you are nominating them.

Business of the Year

Business of the Year Criteria
(The business selected shall satisfy a majority, but not necessarily all, of the criteria.)
1. Must be a Vacaville Chamber member, however, it is preferred that the business not have a current seat on the Board of Directors.
2. Should be a community partner, known for monetary giving or volunteerism.
3. Should be noted for outstanding service.
4. Should have at least five-years longevity in the community.
5. The business selected should have distinguished themselves in some way within the last year.

Public Servant of the Year

Public Servant of the Year Criteria
(The person selected shall satisfy a majority, but not necessarily all, of the criteria.)
1. Must be elected or appointed to represent a portion, if not all, of the city of Vacaville. This includes the City of Vacaville, Vacaville Unified School District, Travis Unified School District, Solano County, Solano Community College, the State of California, and any Special Districts (e.g., Library, Irrigation, Air - Quality, etc.)
2. Should be noted for having championed a policy or procedure that aligns with the Vacaville
Chamber’s Business Advocacy Guidelines.
3. Should have distinguished himself/herself within the last year or have developed a reputation
for being a long-term pro-business supporter.
4. Should participate in Vacaville Chamber activities as time constraints allow.
5. A previous award winner will not be considered for repeat recognition for a minimum of five

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