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Cameron Smith, Karen Fetzer Named Top Executives at Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

Cameron Smith, Karen Fetzer Named Top Executives at Arkansas Business of the Year Awards
Cameron Smith of Cameron Smith & Associates in Rogers accepted the award for Arkansas Business Executive of the Year Thursday night at the Arkansas Business of the Year awards ceremony held at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock. Karen Fetzer, executive director of the Rotary Club of Little Rock, won the Nonprofit Executive of the Year award.

Cameron Smith of Cameron Smith Associates of Rogers and Karen Fetzer of the Rotary Club of Little Rock won executive of the year awards at Thursday's 27th annual Arkansas Business of the Year Awards at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock.
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