Posted 2/22/2013 09:52 am
Updated 1 year ago
Finalists have been named and tickets are still available for the 25th annual Arkansas Business of the Year Awards, presented by Centennial Bank and Arkansas Business and scheduled for Tuesday at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock.
Tickets are $100 each, $950 per table of 10, and available right here.
Here are profiles of each of this year's finalists. And you can read the digital edition of our special Arkansas Business of the Year supplement right here.
This year's finalists are:
- Business of the Year, Category 1 (small) -- American Data Network, Buffalo Outdoor Center, Community Bankers Merchant Services, Haag Brown Commercial Real Estate, PC Assistance
- Business of the Year, Category 2 (medium) -- All-Clean USA, Kaufman Lumber, PrivacyStar, U.S. Compounding, Winter Moving & Storage
- Business of the Year, Category 3 (large) -- Arkansas Surgical Hospital, Arnold & Blevins Electric, Jan-Pro of Arkansas, Tankersley Food Service, TME Inc.
- Business Executive of the Year -- Sam Alley, VCC; Don Cavenaugh, Cavenaugh Auto Group; Kevin Lamb, Advanced Tissue; Brett Overman, All-Clean USA; Jerry Spears, B&B Solutions
- Non-profit Executive of the Year, presented by AT&T -- Matt Dozier, EAST Inc.; Brian Itzkowitz, Goodwill Industries of Arkansas; Christie Jordan, Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas; Christina Littlejohn, Arkansas Symphony Orchestra; Peggy McCall, Miracle League of Arkansas
- Nonprofit of the Year, presented by AT&T -- Bethlehem House; Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Arkansas chapter; Economics Arkansas; Museum of Discovery; Our House
- ARCF Outstanding Philanthropic Awards -- City Plumbing, Heating & Electric; Medic One Ambulance; Lockheed Martin; Jonesboro City Water & Light (special recognition).
The business-attire ceremony will begin with a reception at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner at 6 in the Wally Allen Ballroom.
For more information, contact Allyson Pittman at (501) 372-1443, ext. 336, or email@example.com.