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Diplomat Bakery wins for Business (1-25 employees)

Diplomat Bakery’s Gerald Stenson accepts the Business Award for companies with under 25 employees.  - Rob Newell photo
Diplomat Bakery’s Gerald Stenson accepts the Business Award for companies with under 25 employees.
— image credit: Rob Newell photo

In a small shop at the south end of No. 2 Road is where Gerald Stenson does his work. For his customers, his work is more like little slices—or pieces, crumbles, spoonfuls—of heaven.

Stenson’s Diplomat Bakery won the Business Award for companies with under 25 employees at the Business Excellence Awards.

“We’ve been in business for over 18 years. It’s been a challenge at times, but I’ve enjoyed every minute of it,” he told the awards gala crowd.

The European-trained Stenson takes pride in his decedent designs, using only top-quality ingredients that loyal customers have come to appreciate.

Also nominated: Ego Hair Salons, GeoTility Systems Corp., Signarama-Richmond.

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