State Chamber names 2018 Above and Beyond Award recipients

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State Chamber names 2018 Above and Beyond Award recipients

Wed, 11/07/2018 - 3:45pm -- tim

Vermont Business Magazine The Vermont Chamber of Commerce announced Wednesday the selection of nine recipients for the Above and Beyond Awards, a new award category designed to showcase the inspiring workforce shaping Vermont today. The Above and Beyond Awards will be given annually to individuals who have gone above and beyond in their job, industry, or community work thus contributing to a more vibrant state for Vermonters to live, work, and play.

Special recognition for their outstanding qualities and achievements will be showcased during the annual Vermont Chamber Citizen of the Year & Above and Beyond Awards Dinner on Thursday, December 6, 2018 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Burlington (formerly known as the Sheraton).

2018 Above and Beyond Award Recipients:

  • Paul Carroccio, Manchester Business Association/TPW Real Estate
  • Bill Colvin, Bennington County Regional Commission
  • Paul Gallo, Magic Brush Painting
  • Sean Kio, Burlington Telecom
  • Kelly Krayewsky, Revision
  • Courtney Lowe, Woodstock Inn & Resort
  • Rich McSheffrey, Two Loco Guys, Cornerstone Burger, Cornerstone
  • John Shannahan, Bennington Downtown Alliance
  • Jeffrey Spring, Smugglers' Notch Resort

The December 6th dinner will also feature the award presentation of the 2018 Citizens of the Year, Leo O’Brien Jr. and Daniel J. O’Brien, founders of O’Brien Brothers, named last month by the Vermont Chamber as the 55th recipients of the prestigious annual Citizen of the Year award.

To register to attend the Vermont Chamber’s annual Citizen of the Year & Above and Beyond Awards Dinner on Thursday, December 6, visit the event registration page.

About the Vermont Chamber

The largest statewide, private, not-for-profit business organization, the Vermont Chamber of Commerce represents nearly every industry sector with a mission to create an economic climate conducive to business growth and the preservation of the Vermont quality of life.

Source: Berlin, VT (November 7, 2018) — The Vermont Chamber of Commerce