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The Northern Kentucky Chamber Announces Business Impact Award Finalists

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The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce announced the finalists for its annual Business Impact Awards which recognize local businesses of all sizes making a positive impact in the region.

The awards celebration will take place virtually on Wednesday, May 19 and Thursday, May 20 from noon to 1 p.m.

A panel of judges selected finalists from each of the ten Business Impact Award categories.

More than 160 applications were received.

Finalists will be recognized, and winners will be announced during the event.

“Hundreds of businesses throughout the Northern Kentucky region stood out this year. All of them had a positive impact on our community,” said Brent Cooper, president & CEO, NKY Chamber. “The challenges over the past year were unprecedented,  but our businesses persevered.  They were agile, hard-working and caring. They found a way to not only function, but to also offer a helping hand to lift up employees, other businesses and their community. All of these finalists have been exceptional and deserve to be honored at our awards celebration. We are grateful for their impact.”

The 2021 Business Impact Awards finalists

Small (1-10), Medium (11-50), Large (over 50) Business Award: Recognizes companies that are industry leaders in their respective markets and represent NKY to the broader region by providing outstanding goods or services.

Source: Google News

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