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Denver Chamber Bestows Business Honors

Winners in six categories are named at the DMCC's annual awards event


Denver-area companies and organizations in six categories were honored for their work in business and the community at the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Business Awards, May 1 at the International Ballroom at Infinity Park in Glendale.

“Each year, we're thrilled to honor the best in business, and this year's Business Awards finalists are no exception,” Chamber President and CEO Kelly Brough says. “These organizations make an impact on more than our economy – they shape our community.”

Three finalists were named in each of the six categories, with the winners announced at Wednesday’s annual afternoon awards event, presented by BOK Financial.


Green Business of the Year:

Winner: Xcel Energy

Finalists: FattE-Bikes, Nestlé Purina PetCare Company

(Award sponsored by Danone North America)


Minority or Woman-owned Business of the Year:

Winner: Pearl Street Lights
Finalists: 360 Engineering, Cesco Linguistic Services

(Award sponsored by Xcel Energy)


Small Business of the Year:

Winner:  Footers Catering

Finalists: Polidori Sausage, Syntrinsic

(Award sponsored by Transworld Business Advisors)


Start-Up Business of the Year:

Winner: Prosono

Finalists: ABBY&FINN, Agile Orthopedics

(Award sponsored by TRELORA)


Small Nonprofit of the Year:

Winner: SAME Café

Finalists: Dress for Success Denver, Minds Matter Denver

 (Award sponsored by Southwest Airlines)


Large Nonprofit of the Year:

Winner: We Don’t Waste

Finalists: Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, Laradon

(Award sponsored by Fireside Production)


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