CenterState CEO Announces Business of the Year Finalists

Posted on March 27, 2016

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CenterState CEO's yearly gathering of the region's business and community leaders features our Business of the Year Awards, recognizing members and organizations for their commitment to growth, improving our community and creating tangible impacts on our economy.

The finalists were selected from a competitive pool of more than 50 businesses nominated for this honor. This high caliber slate of nominees made for a very competitive process.

On April 6, 2016 we will unveil the Business of the Year winners and celebrate all of this year's finalists. To attend, register here.

Business of the Year Finalists

A single company will be awarded from each category at CenterState CEO's Annual Meeting.

More than 50 Employees

Anoplate Corp.

Marquardt Switches Inc.

TCGPlayer.com

Less than 50 Employees

Chocolate Pizza Co.

Metro Fitness Club

Simon'e Agency Inc.

Community Involvement

Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs, LLC

Hayner Hoyt Corp.

Housing Visions

Not for Profit

Le Moyne College

Rescue Mission of Syracuse

VNA Homecare

Minority-owned Business

Cueva Contract, Inc.

Gwen, Inc.

Kinahan Associates, LLC

Law Offices of Jose Perez, PC

 

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