The Valley Business Today with Emily Buhl from Top of Virginia Regional Chamber and past Greater Good award winners
25 January 2017
We were in the studio for The Valley Business Today with Emily Buhl, Marketing Director for Top of Virginia Regional Chamber and a few past Greater Good award winners. Josh Huff from Bright Box (Entrepreneur of the Year), Jon Eye from Mover Dudes (Small Business of the Year) & Steve Nerangis from Nerangis Management Corporation – owner of several businesses in town including McDonalds, Alamo Drafthouse, The Greene Turtle and Country Inn & Suites – (Large Business of the Year). We talked with each of them about what winning meant to them personally and professionally along with all the great attributes of their business which helped to qualify them for their win.
Nominees for this year’s Greater Good awards are below. The dinner and awards banquet will be held on Friday, January 27 from 5:30pm – 9pm at Best Western Lee-Jackson Inn & Conference Center. Reservations are required.
- American Woodmark Corp
- Charles Harbaugh, Mayor of Middletown
- Crown Trophy
- Elizabeth Minor, Past Mayor of the City of Winchester
- Gore’s Custom Slaughter, Inc.
- Green Bay Packaging
- Stanley Crockett, Virginia Inland Port
- Kate Horton, BK Connected Solutions
- Madalynn Neff, Student at Mt. View Christian Academy
- O’Sullivan Films, Inc.
- Partlow Insurance
- Sally Michaels, Frederick County EDA
- Thermo Fisher Scientific
- Timber Ridge School
- Valley Health
- White Properties of Winchester, Inc.
- Winchester Wireless/ Custom Computers
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