The Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce announced the nominees for its 2023 Business Awards.
The ARCC has been recognizing member businesses for their economic achievements, and quality of life contributions to our region, for over 30 years.
The nominees will be recognized at an awards breakfast on Thursday, Oct. 5, at the Queensbury Hotel in Glens Falls.
“I am always amazed at the response we receive when asking for nominations for our annual business awards,” said ARCC President and CEO Tricia Rogers. “It is such an honor to recognize these businesses for all that they do to contribute to our communities in their own unique ways.”
These businesses were nominated by their peers and will be interviewed and scored by a committee of volunteer ARCC members.
The nominees, in their respective categories, are:
Large Business of the Year: North Country Janitorial, Telescope Casual Furniture, Adirondack Studios, and Arnoff Moving & Storage.
Professional Business of the Year: Bartlett, Pontiff, Stewart & Rhodes PC, Well Child, and Rucinski Hall Architects.
Steven M. Sutton Small Business of the Year: Finders Keepers Consignments, Barkeater Chocolates, The VMJR Companies, J. Reid Menswear, Windy Hill CBD & Wellness Co., Hilltop Construction Co., Northern Living, Adirondack Winery, LayerEight, and FastSigns of Saratoga Springs.
Rookie Business of the Year: Queensbury Wine & Spirits, PSG Golf, White Glove Janitorial Service, and Sustainable PR.
Large Nonprofit Organization: ASCEND Mental Wellness, Crandall Public Library, High Peaks Hospice, and L.E.A.P.
Small Nonprofit Organization: Alliance180, The Dake Foundation, The Conkling Center, Comfort Food Community, the World Awareness Children’s Museum, LARAC, and Adirondack EAP.
Community Champions: Kiwanis Club of Glens Falls, Advokate LLC, Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Company, Common Roots Foundation, The Car Shoppe, and Glens Falls City Schools.
Visit www.adirondackchamber.org for updates on this event.