VIDEO: Business winners: Chamber of Commerce announces awards

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At its Feb. 16 “We’re for Business” luncheon, the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of various awards — from Clean Streak to Charlotte Street computers, from “innovative” to “over the top” with customer service.

New Chamber president Kit Cramer em-ceed the award luncheon, and local business owners announced the winners:

“Over the top” customer service: Sassy’s Computers (under 30 employees) and BMW of Asheville (more than 30).

“Commitment to community”: Charlotte Street Computers (under 30) and Sisters of Mercy Urgent Care (more than 30).

“Out on a limb” (innovation) winners: Mind Your Business (under 30) and Biltmore Farms (more than 30).

Green business: Clean Streak (under 30) and CarePartners Health Services (more than 30).

To see short videos about each winner, click here.

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5 thoughts on “VIDEO: Business winners: Chamber of Commerce announces awards

  1. Stewart David

    They held a “We’re for Business” Luncheon? That’s funny. They Asheville Chamber of Commerce is a member of the US Chamber of Commerce, which works hard to send US jobs overseas. They are anti-American, and anyone who cares about American jobs should ask the Asheville Chamber of Commerce to sever their relationship with the US Chamber of Commerce. Here’s some info on the subject:

    http://thinkprogress.org/2010/10/14/u-s-chamber-of-commerce-funded-by-top-offshoring-companies/

  2. Stewart David

    They held a “We’re for Business” Luncheon? That’s funny. They Asheville Chamber of Commerce is a member of the US Chamber of Commerce, which works hard to send US jobs overseas. They are anti-American, and anyone who cares about American jobs should ask the Asheville Chamber of Commerce to sever their relationship with the US Chamber of Commerce. Here’s some info on the subject:

    http://thinkprogress.org/2010/10/14/u-s-chamber-of-commerce-funded-by-top-offshoring-companies/

  3. Stewart David

    That’s true, Bill. Funny. The Chamber of Commerce is, indeed, for business. Call centers in India, sweatshops in China, etc.

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