The Annual Business Award Breakfast On As Planned Despite the Earlier Snow Forecast

 
It happened while Amy took a summer vacation to Nova Scotia in 2001 that she would realize her life-altering passion!

It happened while Amy took a summer vacation to Nova Scotia in 2001 that she would realize her life-altering passion!

First reports of a potential snow storm Thursday night and Friday morning had event planners of the Annual Business Awards Breakfast wondering about a potential “snow date” for this large annual event. The group decided to have faith that we would eventually be spared following weeks of bad weather – it paid off! The mooring breakfast event is on target and will kick-off as planned at 7:30 AM at the Atkinson Country Club on February 13th.

With an almost sold-out, record attendance planned for the day, award winners will be honored with special recognition in front of colleagues, peers and special guests. Please join us in congratulating the 2014 Outstanding Businesses:

Annual award recipients:

  • Business of the Year: Trinity E.M.S., Inc., Lowell
  • Education: Hill View Montessori Charter School, Haverhill
  • Family Owned Business: Ocasio’s True Martial Arts, Haverhill
  • Healthcare: Angel Flight Northeast, Haverhill
  • Manufacturing: All the Love You Can Bear, Plaistow
  • Pioneer of the Year: Demoula’s Supermarkets, Tewksbury
  • Restaurant: Barking Dog Ale House, Haverhill
  • Retail/Wholesale: Ruth’s House Inc., Haverhill
  • Rookie of the Year: Ward Hill Insurance LLC, Haverhill
  • Service for Non-Profit: Community Action Inc., Haverhill
  • Service for Profit: Servpro Cleaning & Restoration, Haverhill
  • Technology & Innovation: Palmer Gas Co., Atkinson
  • Women in Business: Coco, Early and Associates, Haverhill

Rounding out the morning will be a fantastic keynote address delivered by Amy LaBelle; LaBelle Winery. Amy LaBelle is the founder of and winemaker at LaBelle Winery. Formerly a corporate attorney practicing in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, her lifelong interest in wine led her to open LaBelle Winery to pursue her passion for wine-making. As LaBelle Winery develops into a destination winery, Amy has slowly seen her dream realized: to focus full-time on making world-class wine right here in New Hampshire.

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