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Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce Announces Finalists for 2020 Small Business Awards

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The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce announces finalists for the 2020 Small Business Awards:

1-20 Employees:

Art Creations

CPR Wrap

Acumen Wealth Advisors 

21-50 Employees:

Chattanooga Football Club

P & C Construction

Master Machine

51-300 Employees:

Chattanooga Lookouts

Mike Collins & Associates (MCA)

Trident Transport

Nonprofit:

Creative Discovery Museum

Siskin Children's Institute 

Cempa Community Care

Small Business Award finalists and recipients are selected by an independent volunteer committee of local business leaders convened by the Chattanooga Chamber.

Finalists will be honored, and a recipient named in each category, at the Small Business Awards Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 1 at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

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