Better Business Bureau honors local businesses at awards program

The program promotes not only the importance of ethical business practices but also the willingness and efforts made by exceptional businesses to ensure Acadiana’s marketplace remains fair and honorable.

  • Publisher: KLFY
  • Date: 2018-11-09T04:15:58+0000
  • Author: KLFY Newsroom
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Better Business Bureau serving Greater Maryland celebrates 101 years

Angie Barnett, center, president and CEO of the BBB serving Greater Maryland, gets a photo with Patti von Paris, left, and John von Paris, president and CEO of Von Paris Moving and Storage. (Photo by Rachel Smith Photography LLC)

McCormick & Co. colleagues enjoy a night out at the BBB serving Greater Maryland’s 101st anniversary gala. From left are Paul Nolan, vice president of tax and government affairs; Lisa Manzone, senior vice president human relations; and Ed Hernandez, senior manager in business development. (Photo by Rachel Smith Photography LLC)

Nicole Davis, left, economic development officer with the Baltimore Development Corporation, spends some time with Michele L. Hart, a settlement officer with Abode Settlements. (Photo by Rachel Smith Photography LLC)

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SRP honors Valley businesses for commitment to energy efficiency

What do a church, car wash, golf course, retirement community and chain of Taco Bells have in common? They are each sustainability standouts in the Valley of the Sun and, among other local businesses, recognized by Salt River Project for truly improving the community by conserving resources and energy.

Today, SRP hosted its fifth annual Champions of Energy Efficiency Awards and Luncheon. The distinctive event honors top commercial energy savers for their ongoing commitment to energy efficiency. SRP honored 18 innovative Valley businesses for saving money and conserving resources by implementing improvements such as switching to light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs, upgrading air conditioning units and teaching employees to go green.

  • Publisher: AZ Big Media
  • Date: 2018-10-31T13:50:50-07:00
  • Author: Blufish
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