Chamber notes excellence among members

February 10th, 2006    Author: Rodney Beckwith    Filed Under: News

The Clermont Chamber of Commerce recognized five businesses Feb. 3 at its annual small business awards luncheon. Marking the event with the participation of around 300 local business and political figures, the celebratory meal also featured a presentation on the development of Cincinnati and the impact that it will have on the region. Matt Van Sant, president and CEO of the chamber, said that small business is a vital part of the area

Award honorees are, from left: emerging small business award - Time Myers of Loveland Excavating; new member of the year - Carl Hartman of EmbroidMe; customer focus award - Kim Tarvin of Tarvin Auto Service Inc.; innovative business practice award - Jenifer Fox Gerrits of Life Management Strategies LLC; and business advocate award - Bob Dameron of National Bank & Trust.
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