Businesses from around the state gathered virtually on Dec. 4 in anticipation to see who would be named the 2020 Small Business of the Year Award winners. This award, presented annually by the Business Council of Alabama and the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama, seeks to recognize our state’s top small businesses and the impact they have on their surrounding communities.
“Small business is the heartbeat of our communities. Each and every business nominated for the Small Business of the Year Awards provides innumerable contributions to the success of our state, ” said Katie Boyd Britt, president and CEO of the Business Council of Alabama. “I am thrilled to recognize these incredible businesses and celebrate their many accomplishments.”
The 2020 Small Business of the Year Awards were held in conjunction with The Partnership’s Annual Meeting.
“We all know that small businesses provide the most jobs and make the most economic impact, especially in our state,” said Jeremy Arthur, president and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama. “The Partnership is thrilled to highlight and showcase the ‘best of the best’ in small business across our great state.”
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