BBB Torch Awards


Past Award RecipientsTicekts

2016 BBB Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics is October 20,2016

Applications are due June 10, 2016 electronically by 4:30 p.m.

2016 Non Profit Application
2016 Business Application

First Torch Award workshop to help you get started on your 2016 Application is January 13, 2016 at 9 a.m.   For more information please contact Teresa Scherl at 513.639.9137.

We named the 2015 Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics Recipients and Honorees on 
 October 29, 2015 in the Pavilion Ballroom at Jack Cincinnati

2015 Finalists

Recipient: Intrust IT - Blue Ash, Ohio- WATCH VIDEO
Honoree: Meyer Capital Management, LLC - Anderson Township, Ohio
Honoree: ProMaster Home Repair & Handyman of Cincinnati - Milford, Ohio
Recipient: GNGF - Cincinnati, Ohio - WATCH VIDEO
Honoree: The Basement Doctor - Symmes, Ohio
Honoree: Coldwell Banker West Shell - Cincinnati, Ohio
Recipient: Queen City Homecare, LLC. - Sharonville, Ohio- WATCH VIDEO
Honoree: A Child’s Hope International, Inc. - Sharonville, Ohio
Recipient: Over-The-Rhine & Walnut Hills Kitchens and Pantry - Cincinnati, Ohio- WATCH VIDEO



Hear from Past Recipients

A great big Thank You to the 2015 BBB Torch Award Sponsors. 

The Torch Award recognizes those businesses that have made a commitment to and exemplify ethics and integrity in the marketplace. The Torch Awards have been presented annually at the national and international level since 1996. In 2001, the Cincinnati Better Business Bureau instituted the Torch Award program at our local level to recognize businesses in its 20-county service area.

Since then, more than 950 businesses have been nominated and over 100 nonprofit organizations have been invited to apply for the Torch. Large and small, public and private, these organizations demonstrate what is good about businesses, and our business leaders, in our community.

Businesses are nominated from the community and nonprofit organizations that have met all the Standards for Charitable Accountability are invited to apply. Judging is done by an independent, blue-ribbon panel of community leaders and professionals.

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