Two companies and one individual were honored May 5 out of a record pool of nominees at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce Small Business …
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Two companies and one individual were honored May 5 out of a
record pool of nominees at the South Metro Denver Chamber of
Commerce Small Business Leadership Awards.
The 25th annual awards ceremony was held at Comedy Works South
in Greenwood Village and featured comedy from Sam Adams, a former
columnist for the Rocky Mountain News.
A look at the winners:
Activist and real estate attorney Karen Samuels Jones won the
Brian Vogt Community Leader of the Year Award. The Centennial
resident and former chair of the chamber is a partner with the law
firm Perkins Coie and a longtime activist in economic-development
and legislative issues.
The Emerging Business of the Year Award went to ecoprojex. The
Castle Rock-based company provides recycling solutions for
businesses and governmental agencies.
Blu SKY Restoration Contractors won the Small Business of the
Year Award. The company specializes in clean-up and reconstruction
following disasters. It has offices in Denver, Fort Collins,
Colorado Springs, northern Colorado, the Western Slope and Overland
In addition, the chamber honored graduates of its Success Tracks
program. The six people recognized were Rosemarie Cabral, Danielle
Dickinson, Paul Hasty, Gina Kaelin-Westcott, Sabrina LeMay and
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