EDAC BUSINESS & COMMUNITY AWARDS
October 12, 2017
Robbinsville High School Commons
Successful local businesses and active nonprofits are the lifeblood of any vibrant community.
Additionally, Robbinsville’s nonprofits and civic organizations are some of the most acclaimed in the state.
The purpose of these awards is to identify businesses and civic organizations within the Robbinsville community that have made significant contributions to the economic and civic development of Robbinsville Township.
The Robbinsville Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC) will hold its 2017 Business Awards Dinner on Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 6-8 p.m. at the Robbinsville High School Commons.
2017 AWARD CATEGORIES
Large Business Award: Recognizes a successful independent business that has made a dramatic impact on the community through its efforts to employ, support and promote the community of Robbinsville.
Civic Service Award: Recognizes a civic organization, individual or program for its efforts and contributions to the community.
Keep it Local Award: Recognizes the company that has embodied a true effort and commitment to the Keep it Local Robbinsville campaign.
Customer Loyalty Award: Recognizes the business which consistently delivers quality customer service and consistent client retention.
Mayor’s Award for Economic/Community Development: Recognizes a business, civic organization, official or program that deserves special recognition for its efforts on behalf of the Robbinsville community.
Winners will be recognized at the EDAC Business & Community Awards Dinner on October 12, 2017.
Business Service Award:
Small Business Award:
FunniBonz BBQ Smokehouse
Large Business Award:
David Bradley Chocolatier
Keep it Local Award:
Dolce & Clemente’s Italian Market
Mayor’s Award for Economic/Community Development:
SadieCake’s Café & ONE Project
“These small businesses and civic organizations are the lifeblood of our community, and we are all thrilled with the success each has enjoyed the past year,’’ Mayor Fried said. “With the help of Business Administrator Joy Tozzi and Council liaison Sheree McGowan, EDAC has given these leaders of business and community outreach a voice. My Administration, with the support of EDAC, will continue to do everything we possibly can to make the successes of this year continue well into the future.’’
Certificates of appreciation, recognizing the businesses that participated in the various networking events throughout the year, were presented to Reid Sound, which provided the audio/visuals for the evening, Amarone's Windsor Inn, Massimo's Restaurant, Take 5 Gourmet, Bagels n Cream, Ploy Siam Restaurant, FunniBonz BBQ Smokehouse, Friendly's Restaurant and Centro Grille.
Catering was provided by Take 5 Gourmet and Centro Grille.