DAYTON, OHIO, May 16, 2014 - Join your Better Business Bureau in recognizing organizations and individuals demonstrating superior commitment to ethics and integrity in the marketplace at its…
Eclipse Integrity Awards
Tuesday, May 13
6 p.m. – Registration
6:45 p.m. – Dinner and Awards
David H. Ponitz Sinclair Center
444 W. Third St., Bldg. 12, Dayton
Tickets are $95 per person or sponsor a table of eight for $975. More than 550 business leaders are expected to attend the event. Mark your calendars and make your reservations today by calling (937) 610-2277 or visiting http://conta.cc/1iq5rSJ.
The finalists for the 2014 Eclipse Integrity Awards are Barker Heating & Air Conditioning; Centerville Coin & Jewelry Connection; Chiropractic Health & Wellness Center of Dayton, Inc.; Choice Comfort Services; Collett Propane, Inc.; Culture Works; Danis Building Construction; Digestive Specialists, Inc. & Digestive Endoscopy Center, LLC; Greater Dayton Construction, Ltd.; Habitat For Humanity of Greater Dayton; Horan; Humane Society of Greater Dayton; Shiver Security System, Inc.; The Siebenthaler Company; Thrush & Son Complete Home Improvement Co., LLC; United Theological Seminary; and Watkins Heating & Cooling.
Five Students of Integrity, sponsored by Dayton Dental Collaborative and Reynolds and Reynolds, will also be honored at this event. These are local high school seniors who have shown exceptional moral character, leadership and academics. Student of Integrity award winners are Savannah Boerger (Kenton Ridge); Kristina Hollkamp (Carroll); Maggie Schutter (Centerville); Kathryn Quinn (Stivers); Kenton Dickison (Milton-Union).
Your BBB will also be presenting its fifth annual Torch Award to Teradata Corporation. Sinclair Community College will also be the recipient of the Community Honor.
The Eclipse Integrity Awards are sponsored by many local organizations, including The Dayton Power and Light Company; WesBanco Bank, Inc.; Back To Business I.T.; WDTN-TV; Cox Media Ohio Group; and Clear Channel.
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