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Chattanooga Area Chamber Announces Finalists for 2017 Small Business Awards


Our 2017 Small Business Award finalists are: 

1-20 Employees:

6 STRONG MEDIA
Flywheel Brands, Inc.
Skye Strategies

21-50 Employees:

Creswell Richardson
Flying Squirrel
JHM Certified Public Accountants

51-200 Employees:

Kelly Auto Group
MediTract
Tranco Logistics

Non-profit:

CADAS
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga
Siskin Children's Institute

Finalists will be honored, and a recipient will be named in each category, at the Small Business Awards Luncheon 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 29 at the Chattanooga Convention Center. Purchase tickets here.

 

 

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