Alaska Chamber announces top business award finalists

Posted on August 23, 2013 

Alaska Chamber Announces Top Business Award Finalists

Anchorage, AK – - The Alaska Chamber today announced the finalists for the 2013 William A. Egan Alaskan of The Year, Bill Bivin Small Business of The Year, and the Local Chamber of Commerce of The Year awards.

“The 2013 finalists exemplify the positive traits that all Alaska Chamber members possess. They represent the best of the Alaska business community,” said Rachael Petro, President & CEO, Alaska Chamber. “The Chamber applauds all of this year’s finalists for their success and continued commitment to Alaska.”

Finalists for the William A. Egan Alaskan of the Year Award are Jim Doyle, Steve Borell and Margy Johnson. The celebrated and prestigious William A. Egan award is presented to individuals who have made substantial and continual contributions of statewide significance while working in the private sector.

Finalists for the Bill Bivin Small Business of The Year are Medical Park Family Care, The Wilson Agency and Madden Real Estate. The Bill Bivin Small Business of The Year Award, established in 1993, pays tribute to businesses that exemplify leadership, ethics in their profession as well as consistent community involvement.

Finalists for the Local Chamber of the Year Award are the Greater Fairbanks, Chugiak-Eagle River and Greater Palmer Chambers of Commerce. The award recognizes the consistent community involvement and excellent business reputation of the organizations nominated.

Winners of the annual Alaska Chamber awards will be announced at the Awards Gala on Tuesday October 15th at the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel. For more information or to register to attend the Awards Gala visit AlaskaChamber.com.

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