The Tri-State Better Business Bureau presented its eighth annual Business of Integrity Torch Awards event on Thursday, November 20, 2014. Four local businesses received Torch Awards for their demonstrated commitment to leadership and ethical business behavior, and three students received scholarships for their submitted ethics-based essays in the BBB’s Student of Integrity essay competition. In addition to announcing business and student recipients, the BBB honored Mr. Alan Chamberlain for 30 years of service on the BBB Board of Directors.
Torch Award Recipients
BNG Heating & Cooling (far right)
HEAD’S ELECTRIC, INC. (middle left)
Hearing Healthcare Center, Inc. (far left)
MOORE MUSIC (middle right)
Sarah Feagan-$5000 (middle)
Emily Davis-$2500 (left)
Heather Holmes-$2500 (right)
The BBB accepted applications from accredited businesses and students within its 18-county service area for the awards and scholarships. To learn more about the BBB Torch Awards and these competitions, visit www.bbb.org/evansville/torch, www.bbb.org/evansville/scholarship or call 812-473-0202.
**Special Thanks to our 2014 Student of Integrity Scholarship Sponsor**
**Special Thanks to our 2014 Torch Awards Sponsors**
Vectren, Evansville Courier & Press, WEHT/WTVW, Viamedia, Townsquare Media, WFIE, Deaconess Health System, Signarama, Jasper Engines & Transmissions, University of Evansville, Atlas Van Lines, Schultheis Insurance Agency, Old National Bank, Garrett Printing and Graphics, H.G. McCullough Designers, Kemper CPA Group, Fifth Third Bank, D-Patrick, ERA First Advantage Realty, Harp’s Exotic Fish & Pets, Evansville Goodwill Industries, Inc. and Lucas Oil Center.