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This year we have doubled the amount of award categories so we can give more local businesses the recognition they deserve. With the exception of the Tom Parker Chamber Member of the Year award and the Futureworx Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion award, all categories are People’s Choice. Voting closed on August 20th, and the finalists are listed below! The award recipients will be announced on October 24th at the Business Excellence Awards ceremony.

This year’s event will be Reception-Style with a wide variety of hot and cold hors d’oeurvres being served. Doors open at 6:45 pm. Reception hour starts a 7:00 pm. Award presentations will be from 8:00-10:00 pm.

Tickets are now available!


Business of the Year

Recognizes overall excellence in business. Considerations include innovation, stability & resilience, support for community events and high quality customer service. Businesses established after July 31st 2015 are not eligible.

Finalists:

Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop

Candy makers trained in classic candy making techniques, Nancy & Greg McTiernan are the proud owners of the Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop. Nestled in the heart of Elmsdale, Nova Scotia, their approach has always been to use only the finest, freshest ingredients; to make their candy in small batches, which is no doubt why the Huffington Post named the Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop one of the best chocolate shops across Canada. The ultimate chocolate experience awaits you at their store where you are greeted by incredible chocolate aromas and so many treats you will find it hard to choose just a few. The Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop also creates original candy treats for all occasions from corporate gift giving, weddings, award shows to anniversaries, employee recognition programs, and other special events.
Fresh. Delicious. Unforgettable. That’s the Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop!

Withrow’s Farm Market

Withrow’s is family owned and operated out of East Hants. Their history dates back to the earlier settlers in Rawdon but the business really started to evolve in the 1970’s. In the beginning, they operated one small market on a farm in Rawdon and raised cattle. Most of the vegetables they grew were sold at their market but also supplied other local markets. In the 1980’s they expanded into Elmsdale, and two years later to Mount Uniacke. In order to meet customer demand, they soon had to increase their beef herd and began partnering with other local farmers to supply a larger variety of produce.
In time, Withrow’s expanded with greenhouses and in Elmsdale a Fresh Deli counter, giftware and a Meat Shop.
Their motto is: To provide farm fresh local products, be community partners and provide excellent customer service.

 

Business Person of the Year

Recognizes an individual who has shown outstanding ability to manage his or her business. Considerations include strong leadership, forward thinking and community involvement.

Finalists:

Florence MacArthur – Elmwood Child Care

In 1995, Florence MacArthur opened Elmwood Child Care Centre in Elmsdale as a licensed childcare facility with a capacity for ten children. In 2005 upon recognizing the increasing need for licensed childcare in the area, Florence relocated and expanded her business. She opened a second location in Lantz in 2006 and a third location in the Old Train Station in Elmsdale in 2012.
Elmwood Child Care’s vision established afterschool programs for both Maple Ridge Elementary and Elmsdale District School. Elmwood Child Care now has 112 licensed childcare spaces for the Province of Nova Scotia, employing 15 Early Childhood Educators who live in the communities of East Hants.
Florence recently worked on an Outdoor Play Pilot Project with Nova Scotia Health and Wellness, the Community Health Boards and the Municipality of East Hants. She also played a major role establishing East Hants as “Outdoor Play Leaders” in the province.

Pam McNeil – Cup of Soul Cafe

Even at a very young age food was an important part of Pam McNeill’s life. Not just for sustenance but for the whole experience. Her grandfather had the most beautiful vegetable and flower gardens, growing enough root vegetables to provide for the family during the winter months. There were apple, cherry and plum trees accompanied by gooseberry and blueberry bushes. Her family made every meal without processed food except for the odd pantry cookie slathered in butter with a cold glass of Allen’s grape juice.
These memories have stayed with Pam, and the desire to bring back her sustainable roots, inspired her to open the café in 2010. The Cup of Soul Cafe serves homemade breads, treats and use local meats and produce in their meals. Its all around real food, wrapped up in a brown paper bag, with friendly service.

 

Community Booster

Recognizes a business or organization that is a strong supporter of East Hants & Districts many festivals, community organizations, sports groups and events. Considerations include enthusiastic promotion of community projects & donations of products or services to community events.

Finalists:

Pete’za Perfect

Pete Theoharopaulos grew up in a close-knit family and his parents always maintained that if you support your community then your community will support you. While growing up, his parents worked hard to create a better life for their children, and now he’s striving to do the same for his family. Both of Pete’s parents are wonderful cooks and his greatest memories are of the family gathered around the dinner table. This is why he opened Pete’za Perfect. He wanted to continue the tradition of gathering ‘the family’ together and East Hants is just that for them: family.

Shooter’s Bar & Grill

Shooter’s was established in 1996 as a poolhall club and over the years it was expanded into a full restaurant and entertainment venue. The basement was renovated to continue the pool leagues while the upstairs became a restaurant thus starting Shooter’s famous Thursday “Wing Night.” It also opened for night life with such acts as Classified, April Wine, Matt Minglewood, Paul Lamb with Wreckhouse and Signal Hill.
In 2014, two local residents, Beth and Brent MacDonnell took over the reins. With a focus on customer service and community, they decided to continue with the musical acts but coupled with a more sporting theme. This is where Shooters branched out, supporting many local hockey, soccer, softball, baseball, rugby players and other charities. Shooters has donated to over 40 players or leagues in the past year alone.

Employer of the Year

Recognizes outstanding achievement as an employer. Considerations include employee relations & training, workplace culture & values, community involvement and constant encouragement for employees.

Finalists:

McNeill’s Shell

McNeill’s Shell is a second-generation family owned and operated business that has been serving the Elmsdale and surrounding communities for almost 55 years.  Throughout the years, McNeill’s has seen many changes in the automotive, gasoline, car wash and towing industries.  To keep up with these changes, McNeill’s continues to invest in their business as well as their employees.  They encourage and support each team member to grow to their professional and personal potential through industry leading training and mentoring.  Although there have been many changes in the industry and growth in the business, McNeill’s believes in maintaining their high family morals, integrity and quality of service.

PROTX

PROTX provides Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy and Chiropractic services and they are thrilled to be the professional therapy service provider of choice in the East Hants area for 2016. Their professional team includes three Physiotherapists, two Chiropractors and five Massage Therapists whose combined service equals that of  50+ years of experience. This experience, along with a caring and compassionate approach, allows their clients to successfully meet and exceed their treatment goals.
Their mission is “Community First” and they are proud to be an active, valued and respected clinic in the community that they have now served for more than two years.

 

Green Leader

Recognizes a business that has committed itself to running in a green, environmental and sustainable way. Businesses that have introduced a “green” product or service within the past 12 months are also eligible.

Finalists:

Branching Out Natural Parenting & Living

Proprietor Tammie Isenor and her husband Troy purchased Branching Out in August 2016, a store that provides natural living products for all ages. Always being environmentally conscious, they wanted to be part of a small business that made a difference. They take pride in offering local products and want to spread the word about reusable and sustainable product alternatives. They focus on sourcing their products from the East Hants area first, then Nova Scotia, then Canada and after that they will only purchase responsibly produced products from reputable companies. They help customers lessen their footprint by offering receipts to email and you are only asked if you need a bag for your purchase if you have not brought one of your own. At Branching Out they are making a difference and can help you make one too!

Elmsdale Landscaping Ltd.

In 1954, Dennis Coupar Landscaping started production of nursery sod in Elmsdale. As the demand for sod increased, more dairy farms and wood lots were turned into sod fields.  In March 1970, Elmsdale Landscaping was formed with a commitment for superior nursery sod production and increased their fleet and staff size under the management of George Coupar.
They currently employ 150 people and are still thriving on their family based business model with the third generation now actively involved with day to day operations. Their other products include soil, mulch, compost and big green bags. Their premium product line is created with quality, clean organics.

 

Healthcare Service of the Year

Recognizes a healthcare business or healthcare provider that continuously goes above and beyond to provide exceptional service to their clients. This is proven by increasing health literacy and working with clients to make informed decisions about their health care needs.

Finalist:

PROTX

PROTX provides Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy and Chiropractic services and they are thrilled to be the professional therapy service provider of choice in the East Hants area for 2016. Their professional team includes three Physiotherapists, two Chiropractors and five Massage Therapists whose combined service equals that of  50+ years of experience. This experience, along with a caring and compassionate approach, allows their clients to successfully meet and exceed their treatment goals.
Their mission is “Community First” and they are proud to be an active, valued and respected clinic in the community that they have now served for more than two years.

 

Home-Based Business Excellence

Recognizes a home-based business that demonstrates a high level of product or service quality, branding, customer service and marketing.

Finalists:

Allie Huybers Fitness

Allie Huybers is an online Health and Fitness Coach.  She has a passion for fitness and motivating others to be their best. After her second child, two and a half years ago, she discovered the Beachbody coaching opportunity and jumped in. She was excited to lose the extra baby weight while earning an income during her maternity leave.
Allie began her business by mentoring her clients to feel and look their best using online accountability groups to help them stay on track with personalized workout and nutrition plans.  Shortly after seeing her clients’ success, she decided to grow her own team of coaches to maximize her impact!
Her team, Fierce Factor, works hard to help as many people as they can physically, mentally and financially.  She trains her team to accomplish their business goals according to each coach’s individual time commitments, lifestyle and financial targets.

Kittycat’s Cakery & Confections

Kittycat’s Cakery and Confections may be fairly new to the landscape of East Hants commerce but the business has been over 35 years in the making.
Her mother describes founder/owner and confectionery artist, Caryn – or “Cat” – Addington as having been “born with flour underneath her fingernails.” As a young child, baking with her mother, father and grandmothers around (sometimes even on) the kitchen counter, sparked a genuine love of the craft. This led to years of self-education and experimentation and an eventual career in the field, having worked in both commercial and retail bakeries, as well as restaurants.
Wanting to embrace the freedom of her own artistic and culinary creativity, in early November of 2015, Cat launched Kittycat’s Cakery and Confections, a bakery specializing in custom cakes, cake pops, cupcakes and gourmet desserts. With every product, one can both see and taste the pride and passion of her journey.

 

Marketing Champion

Recognizes the value of marketing and has successfully developed and executed an integrated marketing campaign to help promote their business, products, and services.

Finalists:

Allie Huybers Fitness

Allie Huybers is an online Health and Fitness Coach.  She has a passion for fitness and motivating others to be their best. After her second child, two and a half years ago, she discovered the Beachbody coaching opportunity and jumped in. She was excited to lose the extra baby weight while earning an income during her maternity leave.
Allie began her business by mentoring her clients to feel and look their best using online accountability groups to help them stay on track with personalized workout and nutrition plans.  Shortly after seeing her clients’ success, she decided to grow her own team of coaches to maximize her impact!
Her team, Fierce Factor, works hard to help as many people as they can physically, mentally and financially.  She trains her team to accomplish their business goals according to each coach’s individual time commitments, lifestyle and financial targets.

Chill Street Brewing

Barry MacLeod is the President and Co-Owner of Chill Street Fresh Beer and Cider Market. He was born and raised on PEI. Barry’s educational background includes an MBA with a major in International Business from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, a business degree from the University of Prince Edward Island and he holds a Certified Management Consultant designation. Barry has held senior level positions with companies in the Seafood and Golf Destinations Marketing Industry. He has spent over 20 years of his career in the craft brewery industry, primarily involved in selling and help set up brewery systems all over the world. Barry began working on the concept for Chill Street in the Fall of 2015.

 

New Business of the Year

Recognizes outstanding achievement as a new business. Considerations include company growth, introducing new products & services, sales & marketing initiatives and community service. This business would also show great potential for future success. Businesses open prior to July 31st 2015 are not eligible.

Finalists:

Chill Street Brewing

Barry MacLeod is the President and Co-Owner of Chill Street Fresh Beer and Cider Market. He was born and raised on PEI. Barry’s educational background includes an MBA with a major in International Business from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, a business degree from the University of Prince Edward Island and he holds a Certified Management Consultant designation. Barry has held senior level positions with companies in the Seafood and Golf Destinations Marketing Industry. He has spent over 20 years of his career in the craft brewery industry, primarily involved in selling and help set up brewery systems all over the world. Barry began working on the concept for Chill Street in the Fall of 2015.

The Barn

The Barn is a Bootcamp style gym that offers customized workout plans to each member along with 35+ classes weekly. They opened up in October 2016. Emmett Blois teamed up with Bryan Gillis and together, the duo strived to create a gym where anyone can walk in off of the street and be excited about working out and achieve results. Their metabolic conditioning style has proven to be an effective method of training for all fitness levels. The Barn aims for a comfortable environment and continuously do research on how to maintain this atmosphere.

 

Non-profit of the Year

Recognizes an outstanding non-profit or charitable organization that has achieved excellence by significantly contributing to the overall quality of life within the community. Considerations include programming and/or activities, environmental stewardship, education and innovation.

Finalists:

Corridor Community Options for Adults (CCOA)

The CCOA is a non-profit, registered charitable organization located in Enfield. They have delivered services to the communities of East Hants continuously since the mid 1970’s. They provide supported employment opportunities, training, education, job coaching, Snoezelen multi-sensory services and specialized day programs for adults living with intellectual disabilities. The CCOA currently supports 35 individuals and are planning to offer services to more individuals in the coming months.
Rick’s Riches Thrift Store is one of their better known programs and they also operate The Sunshine Café & Catering, a Wood Products program and an active lifestyle program for people with higher support needs that is highly innovative.
All proceeds from their social enterprises are used to improve and expand programs, create opportunities for the people they support and to help maintain their facility.

East Hants Family Resource Centre (EHFRC)

The East Hants Family Resource Centre is a registered, charitable non-profit organization that offers free quality programming to babies, children and families. In 2012 the EHFRC started with one part-time staff person and two weekly programs. They currently have three full-time and one part-time staff and offer more than 20 programs. They impact more than 725 families annually with programs ranging from prenatal and cooking classes to play programs for children and their parents or caregivers, and the anti-bullying Roots of Empathy program in three local elementary schools.
The EHFRC is an inclusive organization and supports families of all composition, income, culture and background.

 

Outstanding Customer Service

Recognizes an individual(s) who has shown consistent, ‘above and beyond,’ customer service to customers while providing their product or service.

Finalists:

ProTX Services

PROTX provides Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy and Chiropractic services and they are thrilled to be the professional therapy service provider of choice in the East Hants area for 2016. Their professional team includes three Physiotherapists, two Chiropractors and five Massage Therapists whose combined service equals that of  50+ years of experience. This experience, along with a caring and compassionate approach, allows their clients to successfully meet and exceed their treatment goals.
Their mission is “Community First” and they are proud to be an active, valued and respected clinic in the community that they have now served for more than two years.

The Barn

The Barn is a Bootcamp style gym that offers customized workout plans to each member along with 35+ classes weekly. They opened up in October 2016. Emmett Blois teamed up with Bryan Gillis and together, the duo strived to create a gym where anyone can walk in off of the street and be excited about working out and achieve results. Their metabolic conditioning style has proven to be an effective method of training for all fitness levels. The Barn aims for a comfortable environment and continuously do research on how to maintain this atmosphere.

 

Professional Services Business of the Year

Recognizes outstanding achievements while exemplifying professionalism and integrity. Considerations include superior customer service, market development and community service. This category includes, but is not limited to, law, accounting, financial, insurance and real estate.

Finalists:

Sara Keyes – Royal LePage

Sarah began her career as a Full Time Realtor in 2005.  She is a proud Nova Scotian who has lived in the East Hants area for the past 15 years.  Sarah has not only made this her home with her husband, son, daughter and little puppy, she has also worked hard to become a successful realtor with Royal LePage.  Her Knowledge of the area, schools and the markets have given her the tools to be tops in her field.  She has been spotlighted and featured on the Royal LePage Atlantic’s website under the Top Realtor List, Community News Letters and others such articles. Being a member of the office also allows her to give back to her community with their various programs they sponsor.

Sharon Prest – Foundations For Learning

Working with students who struggle academically has been a passion of Sharon Prest’s since seeing the difference a remedial reading program made for her son over 25 years ago.
Working as Regional Manager for Mariposa Reading Centre for over 20 years gave Sharon the experience needed to open her own centre. In March 2015, Sharon opened Foundations for Learning in Elmsdale. On June 1, 2017, she opened a 2nd location in Truro, NS. She also offers online services to students across Canada.
Sharon’s goal is to provide a similar opportunity for today’s students that was provided to her son many years ago. She has watched hundreds of students become stronger academically and blossom into more confident individuals.
Sharon is an active member of our community. For the past few years, she has been on the EHCC Education Committee helping to bring educational programs to the businesses of East Hants.

 

 

Restaurant of the Year

Recognizes a restaurant in the East Hants & districts area that serves a consistent quality and excellence in food, atmosphere and service. Eligible restaurants must have been in operation for five or more consecutive years.

Finalists:

Cup of Soul Cafe

Even at a very young age food was an important part of Pam McNeill’s life. Not just for sustenance but for the whole experience. Her grandfather had the most beautiful vegetable and flower gardens, growing enough root vegetables to provide for the family during the winter months. There were apple, cherry and plum trees accompanied by gooseberry and blueberry bushes. Her family made every meal without processed food except for the odd pantry cookie slathered in butter with a cold glass of Allen’s grape juice.
These memories have stayed with Pam, and the desire to bring back her sustainable roots, inspired her to open the café in 2010. The Cup of Soul Cafe serves homemade breads, treats and use local meats and produce in their meals. Its all around real food, wrapped up in a brown paper bag, with friendly service.

Rob Bitar’s Ristorante

Bitar’s has been a work in progress since 1998, starting out as a fast food take out shop, and after three expansions, they are now a flagrant full serviced restaurant.  Born and raised in East Hants, Rob saw an opportunity to bring a new opportunity to the Corridor, fine dining without the drive to the city. Over the past 19 years he ventured out to create just that.  Bitar’s has been more than a business, it has been a passion project and a livelihood.  Through its evolution the Bitar’s team has been working from the heart to make it better for the community. Whether you are in the mood for a fresh made-to-order pasta & a glass of wine, or a mouth-watering burger, there is something here for everyone!

 

 

Tom Parker Chamber Member of the Year

Recognizes an outstanding East Hants & Districts Chamber member for his or her hard work and dedication to the business community through volunteer work with regard to recreation and community improvements. * This is not a People’s Choice award. The recipient will be chosen by the EHCC board of directors.

Finalists:

Bob Bona

Bob Bona is a strong advocate for the East Hants Chamber of Commerce.  As someone who owns commercial space for rent in East Hants he is often an early contact for new businesses looking at East Hants and he promotes the EHCC vigorously to every business.  Bob is single handedly responsible for the Business Watch program and has been an active member of the Advocacy Committee.  He always responds when the EHCC sends out a solicitation for feedback on issues or suggestions on how to handle a policy question.  His input is impactful and his experience has been invaluable.  Bob also works tirelessly in the community to support other organizations. He has been instrumental in East Hants and in the province on numerous boards to create growth and change. A founding member of the East Hants Chamber of Commerce, East Hants Development Commission, Canadian Federation of Independent Business, and many other associations.  He invests countless hours to help develop hard working community minded youth through Earth Keepers. Always quick with a hello, smile and open to chat, tries to help whoever and wherever he can.

Tracy Isenor

Tracy Isenor and ‘volunteer work’ are one in the same. She has been an active fundraiser for the New Grace Maternity Hospital, a driving force for her children’s school to bring in annual events for them like the Christmas shopping day and the Fall Harvest which resulted in a new playground for all the children to enjoy.
Another passion of Tracy’s is the local Shu-Mil 4H club for the past ten years where she most recently took the role of a public speaking judge. She is an active board member of the East Hants & Districts Chamber of Commerce, Chair for the Think Local Committee who created the “Open East Hants Day”, with two successful years, the Chamber Events Committee which launched their first Country Harvest Festival showcasing East Hants agriculture and farming.
Today Tracy is at the NS Works Center for Futurworx Society as a Career Development Practitioner & Job Developer. Tracy has had the opportunity of working in different roles like the Workshop Facilitator, Youth Navigator, employment Development Officer and was also acting manager for a while.

 

 

Top Tourism Business

Recognizes businesses that have a key role in raising awareness and improving the tourism and hospitality industry in East Hants and surrounding areas.

Finalists:

Shubenacadie River Runners

Shubenacadie River Runners is Nova Scotia’s premium tidal rafting operation – located at the mouth of the Shubenacadie River, with a breath-taking view of the Bay of Fundy. Here you can ride one of the most powerful bodies of water in the world. They offer a unique rafting experience in powered Zodiacs, where you meet and ride the famous Fundy Tidal Bore – chasing, surfing and jumping the tidal surge! Their trips are narrated by experienced guides explaining local history and geology – and eagles are a common sight along the river. Guests need no prior experience – and best of all, there’s no paddling required! Shubenacadie River Runners will ensure you an unforgettable experience with a well-maintained powerful fleet and the industry’s leading guides.

Tinsmith Shop Museum

The Tinsmith Shop Museum was the personal Business and residence of local entrepreneur Watson Smith.  The first section of the building was built in 1895 as a Tin Shop, but Watson Smith soon saw a need for a better Milk Can and set up his shop.
As his business grew they added a Hardware Store to the front and moved the Tin Shop to the back of the building, it remained open until 1998. The facility then opened as a museum in 2003.
The Museum is filled with inventory, tools and equipment from the Hardware Store and Tin Shop and includes the Smith’s personal residence. Over the years additional artifacts have been donated along with a WWI – WWII display.

 

 

Young Entrepreneur

Recognizes a person who is under the age of 35 and has demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit. Considerations include leadership, dedication, resilience, initiative and innovation.

Finalists:

Allie Huybers – Allie Huybers Fitness

Allie Huybers is an online Health and Fitness Coach.  She has a passion for fitness and motivating others to be their best. After her second child, two and a half years ago, she discovered the Beachbody coaching opportunity and jumped in. She was excited to lose the extra baby weight while earning an income during her maternity leave.
Allie began her business by mentoring her clients to feel and look their best using online accountability groups to help them stay on track with personalized workout and nutrition plans.  Shortly after seeing her clients’ success, she decided to grow her own team of coaches to maximize her impact!
Her team, Fierce Factor, works hard to help as many people as they can physically, mentally and financially.  She trains her team to accomplish their business goals according to each coach’s individual time commitments, lifestyle and financial targets.

Candi Hauser – Knit & Sew for your Community

Candi Hauser moved to Enfield from Alberta four years ago.  She helped to start a crafting group as a way to meet new people. She has a passion for sewing and with help from a friend she was able to start a non-profit group. Their first set-ups being at Cup of Soul and crafting at the library.  This year Candi converted to a for-profit business and rebranded to Knit and Sew.  Her priority is to give back to the community by creating unique items and giving them to local causes to fundraise.  She also volunteers her time whenever possible.  Since April 2016, she has given over $20,000 in donations to local causes.  Her products are now in six local stores and Farmers Markets and part of the Nova Scotia Craft Council.  Knit and Sew has already grown to two sewers and four knitter/crocheters, all with the goal, to better East Hants.

 

Futureworx presents: Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion

Futureworx values the diversity of our community and workforce and believe in “helping people reach their full potential”.   In honour of their 20th year of supporting the diverse employment needs and people of East Hants and surrounding communities, they wish to recognize an employer whom enables employees to bring their whole selves to the workforce and tap into their full potential with the “Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award-2017”.

 


The award recipients will be announced at the Business Excellence Awards Gala at the beautiful Oakfield Golf and Country Club on Tuesday, October 24th, 2017.

Gala Partnerships

It takes many dedicated partners to support a wonderful evening of celebration.  We thank the following for their committed support for the 2017 Gala:

Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC)
Brannen’s Service Center
Burchell MacDougall Lawyers
Caldwell Roach
CBDC
Chill St Brewing
East Coast Credit Union
Elmsdale Vision Centre
Enfield Pharmachoice
English Law
Futureworx
groundSOUND Inc.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport
Leno’s Stop Shop
MNP
Morgan’s Transport Refrigeration Services
Municipality of East Hants
Oakfield Golf & Country Club
RBC Elmsdale
Scotiabank Elmsdale
Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop
Theriault Financial

Member Services

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New to the EHCC and already supporting the local business community! Thank you!

MNP - these guys know their stuff! A pleasure to partner with them on the 2017 Business Excellence Awards! https://t.co/wwyFhtFA3y

Young Entrepreneur Finalist:
Candi's priority is to give back to the community by creating items and giving them to groups for fundraisers.

Young Entrepreneur Finalist:
Allie's team, Fierce Factor, works hard to help as many people as they can physically, mentally and financially

And then there's Leno. Thank you for partnering again this year and for all you do for our community!

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