Register for the ChamberChoice Awards Luncheon on May 17
FARGO/MOORHEAD, ND/MN (March 24, 2011) - The Chamber announced the names of 15 award finalists at its annual ChamberChoice Reception on Thursday, March 24. The 15 firms represent the top-ranked organizations in the Small Business of the Year, Business of the Year, Small Not-for-Profit of the Year, Not-for-Profit of the Year and Entrepreneur of the Year categories. The event was sponsored and hosted by Wells Fargo Bank.
The ChamberChoice Awards program honors successful organizations in the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo area that are demonstrating growth and innovation and contributing to the area’s economy and quality of life. Following, listed in alphabetical order by category, are the names of the 2011 ChamberChoice Award finalists:
Small Business of the Year
Absolute Marketing Group
Mosaic – Maxwells, Catering, Café
Business of the Year
Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson, Inc.
Prudential Premier Real Estate
Small Not-For-Profit of the Year
American Diabetes Association
Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra
Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity
Not-For-Profit of the Year
The Village Family Service Center
Entrepreneur of the Year
Jill Krahn and Jodi Ellingson
The ChamberChoice Award finalists were selected by a panel of independent judges from the regional business community, who evaluated accomplishments in the areas of business growth, innovation, creativity, community involvement and unique achievements relating to a specific business or industry.
From the finalists, the top-ranked organization in each category will be honored with a ChamberChoice Award at the ChamberChoice Awards Luncheon on May 17 at the Holiday Inn of Fargo. The luncheon will feature V.J. Smith, author of The Richest Man In Town.
There is more information about the ChamberChoice Awards program online at www.FMWFChamber.com/chamberchoice.
The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce is a bi-state, regional federation of more than 1,950 private, public and nonprofit members, representing more than 89,000 employees. The Chamber advocates for a strong metropolitan community and supports the interests of its members, which are located in Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo, Dilworth, Cass and Clay Counties and beyond.