Chamber to honor businesses for growth in sales and/or jobs

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The Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce will present the 2014 Sky High Growth Award to 28 businesses that have experienced outstanding growth in sales and/or employment over the last several years. The awards reception takes place this evening at 5:30 p.m. at The Millroom. These 28 businesses collectively represent nearly 2,000 jobs.

The 2014 Sky High Growth Award winners are:

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American Security Shredding (seven-year winner)
Asheville Arborists, Inc.
Brumit Restaurant Group, LLC (two-year winner)
Carolina Mornings (four-year winner)
Charlotte Street Computers (seven-year winner)
The Chocolate Fetish (three-year winner)
Clean Streak, Inc. (three-year winner)
Dynamite Roasting Company
Edible Arrangements (two-year winner)
EfficiencyLab (four-year winner)
Envision Eyecare (two-year winner)
Express Employment Professionals, Inc. (four-year winner)
French Broad Chocolates (two-year winner)
HomeTrust Bank (nine-year winner)
King Bio Inc. (two-year winner)
Mosaix Group (three-year winner)
The Old Wood Company
Parsec Financial
Plasticard Locktech International (12-year winner)
Printville (two-year winner)
Signarama of Asheville
SimplyHome, LLC (three-year winner)
Sundance Power Systems (two-year winner)
Sweet Biscuit Inn, Inc
Trout Insurance (five-year winner)
Union Transfer & Storage
Zoe Dental
“The Sky High Growth Award is a tribute to the success of these businesses and to their contribution to our local economy,” said Kit Cramer, President & CEO of the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce. “It is also a tribute to our vibrant community where people and businesses thrive.”
Avista Business Development Corporation and George’s Stor-mor are the presenting sponsors of this year’s Sky High Growth Awards. Additional sponsors are: The Millroom, Johnson Price Sprinkle PA,  Carolina Alliance Bank, Travinia’s Italian Kitchen, FASTSIGNS of Asheville and Fast Cat Studio.
The Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce is a member organization with more than 1800 member businesses and organizations. Chamber members collaborate with area organizations and coalitions to support the community and each other with the mission of building community through business.



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