“This year’s group of award recipients was of such a high caliber and truly exemplify the categories they were chosen for,” said Christy Gillenwater, president & C.E.O. “These individuals and businesses serve as role models for all and help to make Bloomington a great place to live and work.”
Community Enhancement Award: Bailey and Weiler Design/Build – Recognized for contributions to the enhancement of Bloomington’s community image and economic environment while making a positive impact on the community.
Family Friendly Business Award: Technology Service Corporation – Recognized businesses excels in creating flexible, friendly and enjoyable workplaces.
Trailblazer Through Technology: e2Taxi – Recognized businesses demonstrates business innovation, enhances the Bloomington community, serves as model from which other companies can learn.
Nancy Howard Diversity Award: Bloomington Bagel Company – Recognized organization that demonstrates a commitment to attracting a diverse workforce and maintaining an environment in which all can be successful.
Franklin Initiative Golden Key Award: Adam Wason – Recognizesd individuals demonstrates outstanding service and dedication to the Chamber’s Franklin Initiative and to Monroe County youth through exemplary volunteer participation in our local schools.
Lloyd Olcott Community Service Award: Oliver Winery – Recognizes business provides outstanding community service and fosters a spirit of volunteerism.
Diane Breeden Lee Award: Carol Maloney, 100+ Women Who Care – Recognized individuals demonstrate an ability to create consensus and motivate others to accomplish a greater goal.
Morgan Hutton Visionary Award: Steve Smith, Smith Neubecker & Associates – Recognizes leader for special contributions or achievements that improve Bloomington’s business climate through a vision of true resourcefulness, innovation and accomplishment in government or public service sectors.