Chattanooga Chamber Announces Small Business Award Recipients

(March 27, 2016) – The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce presented the 2017 Small Business Awards to four recipients today at the Chamber’s 35th annual Small Business Awards Luncheon.

Recipients are:

1-20 Employees:
Skye Strategies (Finalists: 6 STRONG MEDIA and Flywheel Brands, Inc.)

21-50 Employees:
Creswell Richardson (Finalists: Flying Squirrel and JHM Certified Public Accountants)

51-200 Employees:
Tranco Logistics (Finalists: Kelly Auto Group and MediTract)

CADAS (Finalists: Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga and Siskin Children's Institute)

More than 1,200 area business leaders attended today’s event honoring these 12 local companies.

“Today at CADAS 200 people woke up with hope… On behalf of those 200 people, our staff, our Board of Directors and all the people in this community that CADAS has helped, I humbly thank you,” said Paul Fuchcar, Executive Director of CADAS, as he accepted their nonprofit category Small Business Award.

Before and after the awards luncheon, attendees explored EXPO Chattanooga, the region’s largest tradeshow for local business featuring nearly 250 exhibitors.

Learn more about the 2017 Small Business Award recipients here.

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