2017 Torch Awards

  
     
October 05, 2017

BBB Center for Ethics Carrying the Torch (Awards)

This year, the Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics has both a new venue and a new attitude: the Renaissance Hotel and BBB Center for Ethics’ updated image, respectively. The Center is the perfect presenter of this premier event, as their programs encompass an array of ethics-focused services, ones that provide ethics education, direction and recognition to employers and employees of today and tomorrow.

Paul E. FiorelliThe 2017 Torch Awards will be held Oct. 20 in the Renaissance Hotel’s Burnham Hall from noon to 2:30 p.m. and will feature Professor Paul E. Fiorelli of Xavier University and the Cintas Institute for Business Ethics as keynote speaker. His speech will cover “The Value of Values: Why We Should Care About Ethics,” a stirring treatise on why ethics should be on the forefront of everyone’s minds and how to keep it there.

“We’re excited to begin this chapter of BBB’s Torch Awards,” said Corrie McGlothlin, Program Director for BBB Center for Ethics. “It gives the Center an opportunity to do what it does best - reward the ethical behavior displayed throughout the Cincinnati community. It’s inspiring to see that a number of organizations are interested in the program, and we’re looking forward to recognizing this year’s eight finalists at the event.”


The business finalists are:

The Basement Doctor of Cincinnati
Continental Roof Company, LLC
Donnellon McCarthy Enterprises
ProMaster Home Repair and Handyman of Cincinnati
Relationship Reinvented
The nonprofit finalists are:
Brighton Center
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati
A Child’s Hope International

President and CEO of BBB Jocile Ehrlich said that she’s excited about the direction the Torch Awards are taking and hopes that local businesses and nonprofits come out in support of BBB Center for Ethics and the finalists. “This event is an important one for our community, and the Center’s excitement is catching; it’s heartening to see the success of Cincinnati institutions, and I’m happy to see their efforts celebrated.”

BBB Center for Ethics encourages anyone interested in the Torch Awards to take part in the event. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about the Center’s programs and network with like-minded professionals. Tickets are available at torchtickets.org.

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ABOUT BBB CENTER FOR ETHICS: BBB Center for Ethics - the 501(c)(3) affiliate of BBB Cincinnati - provides ethics education, direction, and recognition to employers and employees of today and tomorrow. The Center runs several local programs, all committed to fostering a new generation of workers - a generation that understands what it means to be ethical in every aspect of their work. Ethics-based training workshops, ethics-centered scholarship opportunities, and ethics-focused business awards combine to create a future in which the good guy finishes first. The Center - where passion meets purpose.