Better Business Bureau recognizes finalists for 2018 Torch Awards


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Mitchell’s Nursery in King was selected by the Better Business Bureau of Northwest NC as a finalist for the 2018 Torch Awards for Ethics.


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Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Northwest NC has announced the finalists for the 2018 Torch Awards for Ethics.

The Torch Awards honor businesses that go above and beyond in advancing marketplace trust in Northwest North Carolina. These businesses have leadership that demonstrates impeccable character and business practices that meet the highest standards of integrity. Finalists were chosen by an independent panel of judges after a record number of nominations from local consumers.

This year’s finalists hale from all corners of BBB’s territory. The awards are presented by category based on company size. The complete list of finalists are:

Mitchell’s Nursery, King

Eagle Carports, Mt. Airy

4 Forty Four, Blowing Rock

Amanzi Marble & Granite, Kernersville

Coldwell Banker Triad, Realtors, Winston Salem

Davie Family YMCA, Mocksville

Elizabeth Soots Insurance Agency, Winston Salem

EternaCare, Clemmons

Salem Gymnastics and Swim, Winston Salem

Tar Heel Basement Systems, Winston Salem

The ceremony, sponsored by Wake Forest School of Business MBA program, includes BBB’s 58th Annual Meeting, at which new members of the Board of Directors will be inaugurated. This event includes an opening reception and dinner. Eric Tomlinson, former head of Innovation Quarter, will be the keynote speaker. The emcee for the evening will be Austin Caviness. The ceremony will be held at WinMock at Kinderton in Bermuda Run at 5:30 on May 24, 2018. Anyone interested in attending or would like more information can visit bit.ly/NCTorch.

Mitchell’s Nursery in King was selected by the Better Business Bureau of Northwest NC as a finalist for the 2018 Torch Awards for Ethics.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_28954342_10155249593506437_3272700566474230876_o.jpgMitchell’s Nursery in King was selected by the Better Business Bureau of Northwest NC as a finalist for the 2018 Torch Awards for Ethics. Courtesy photo

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