Congratulations to all the finalists and honorees at
GSBA's 40th Annual Business & Humanitarian Awards.
Stay tuned, recording of show will be available for viewing in a few days.
NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR FINALISTS
Greggory & Alison Holcomb,
Jesse Elliott and Lisa Tomlinson owners
Enjoli Izidor Design
Enjoli Izidor, owner
Sam I’Am, owner
Scruff to Fluff
Artese Hawkins, owner
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR FINALISTS
Board and Vellum
Jeffrey Pelletier, owner
Olympic Hot Tub
Don Riling, Owner
BUSINESS LEADER OF THE YEAR FINALISTS
Onpoint Real Estate Services, LLC, Owner
Marjorie Restaurant, owner
NONPROFIT OF THE YEAR FINALISTS
Troy Christensen- Executive Director
COMMUNITY LEADER OF THE YEAR FINALISTS
J. Manny Santiago
Washington LGBTQ Commission,
Chief Development Officer, AtWork!
Congratulations to all the Business and Humanitarian Awards Finalists
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR EMCEE
Special thanks to Q13 Morning News Anchor Travis Mayfield who served as our emcee at this year's event.
Travis supports many community groups and nonprofits including GSBA, The Healing Center and Providence’s "Safe Crossing" program.
Travis, his husband and their kids live in Seattle. He enjoys travel, theatre, wine and a good book.
Thank you to the following individuals for supporting GSBA's Ready for Business Fund.
Alicia Crank, Atwork!
Jeff Pelletier, Board and Vellum
Christopher Pasco, Board and Vellum
Rainbow Center Tacoma
Puget Sound Energy
Small businesses are the heart and soul of our economy, the backbone of our communities, and they are facing a severe crisis. By making a donation to the Ready for Business Fund, you are directly empowering small business owners and strengthening your community. Consider registering for this event as a Small Business Patron, Small Business Investor, or Small Business Champion, and your name will be included as a supporter.
Find out more about the GSBA Ready for Business Fund.