Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce Announces The Winners for the 2024 Small Business Awards

The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Small Business Awards sheds a light on local companies that serve as examples of excellence within our community and help us build a thriving Chattanooga. This week, we announced our winners at the Chattanooga Convention Center presented by Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. and 6 Strong Media.

Photos courtesy of Flint Chaney Photography

1-20 Employees: CPRWrap

CPRWrap distinguishes itself through its commitment to simplicity, usability and efficacy. By championing CPR awareness and accessibility, CPRWrap contributes not only to life-saving efforts but also to the economic growth of Chattanooga, creating job opportunities within the community. 

21-50 Employees: Johnson Audiology

For more than 15 years, Johnson Audiology has empowered thousands in Chattanooga and beyond to reconnect with the world and loved ones through improved hearing, emphasizing the profound impact of hearing well on overall quality of life. 

51-300 Employees: Vascular Institute of Chattanooga

The Vascular Institute of Chattanooga delivers top-quality medical care for vascular conditions, guided by highly skilled specialists committed to advanced and compassionate service. Its mission is to improve community health through prompt, high-quality care, distinguishing the Institute as the region’s sole critical limb center focused on amputation prevention. By accepting self-referrals and prioritizing rapid patient attention, the Vascular Institute of Chattanooga ensures timely treatment compared to traditional practices. 

Non-Profit: Northside Neighborhood House

The Northside Neighborhood House is dedicated to fostering independence among residents north of the Tennessee River, offering support through education and assistance. Its services include aiding with rent/mortgage, utility bills, and food, alongside initiatives like cooking classes, computer access and adult education. Northside Neighborhood House’s work has transformed lives, where students thrive academically, and families find hope amidst financial crises.  

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