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Press Release

28 March 2012


Debbie Zajaros of North End Auto Spring Ltd. Declared Finalist in Provincial Awards

Winnipeg, MB — The Women Business Owners of Manitoba (WBOM) are proud to announce, Debbie Zajaros of North End Auto Spring Ltd., has been declared among 30 Finalists in the 2012 Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Awards! This annual gala event puts the spotlight on the successes and achievements of women entrepreneurs in Manitoba. The dinner, to be MC'd by Gord Leclerc and Leah Hextahl from CTV, will take place at the Winnipeg Convention Centre on Thursday, May 17th. The finalists' names are public, however the winners are not revealed until the evening itself.

This year's 30 finalists come from across the province, and represent businesses as diverse as a jewelry design, trucking, spas, holistic medicine and of course, North End Auto Spring Ltd of Winnipeg.

North End Auto Spring Ltd. has been in business since 1945 serving the trucking industry of Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, North Dakota, and Minnesota. The company is a wholesale distributor for suspension parts. Our top notch repair facility repairs truck suspensions on site with a full-service spring shop.

"Manitoba is rich with women entrepreneurs whose stories are inspiring," said Lucy Camara, President of WBOM and Vice-President of Olatech Business Hosting Corporation. "Anyone in business knows how tough it can be to keep that entrepreneurial spirit alive when the bills are mounting and the challenges exceed the triumphs — but when you believe in your business, in the vision you're realizing, your passion fuels your strength to carry on."

Women represent a growing economic force in Canada:

  • Women entrepreneurs are one of the fastest growing segments of the Canadian economy: 4 out of 5 businesses are started by women; between 1991 and 2001, women's self-employment increased by 43%.
  • The 821,000+ women entrepreneurs in Canada annually contribute in excess of $18 billion to the economy.
  • The number of women-owned businesses that focus on manufacturing, construction, transportation and communications is growing rapidly.

A full listing of finalists is available online at



Debbie Zajaros
North End Auto Spring Ltd.
(204) 632-1517

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