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Nominate Outstanding Area Companies for Small Business Awards


(Nov. 11, 2016) – Nominations are now open for the Chattanooga Chamber’s 2017 Small Business Awards honoring exceptional small businesses in our area, including Bradley, Catoosa, Dade, Hamilton, Marion, Sequatchie and Walker counties.

The Small Business Awards honor three finalist companies in four categories: 1-20 employees, 21-50 employees, 51-200 employees and nonprofit. 

Four award recipients, one from each category, will be announced at the Small Business Awards Luncheon March 29. 

Self-nominations accepted. Click here to nominate by Nov30.

Finalist companies receive benefits including:

  • Recognition during event:  Finalist companies are highlighted during the Small Business Awards Luncheon, which more than 1,000 top business leaders, potential customers and investors attend every year.
  • Video telling your business story:  This video, a value estimated between $2,000 and $5,000, will be shown at the event and be available for finalists to use as part of their marketing and digital media.
  • Local media coverage:  Finalists will also be featured in the Chamber’s Business Trend magazine both online and in print.
  • Free EXPO booth:  Finalists receive a free booth at EXPO Chattanooga, held in conjunction with the Small Business Awards Luncheon ($550 value).

For more information, contact [email protected] or 423-763-4357. Want to learn more? Read about past Small Business Award Recipients here.

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