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Nominate outstanding businesses for Chamber award

The Davis Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations from individuals, service organizations and businesses for the 18th annual Bill Streng Business of the Year Award, presented by the Chamber.

The award is an opportunity to recognize members of the business community who exemplify qualities of excellence, service, innovation and creativity in business, industry or the community. Eligible candidates include businesses, organizations and community groups. Nominees are not required to be members of the Davis Chamber of Commerce for consideration.

Nomination forms are available at the Davis Chamber of Commerce’s temporary offices at 102 E St., or by download at www.tinyurl.com/StrengBOY2013.

Past presidents of the Chamber’s board of directors will judge the nominees on the following criteria:

* Demonstration of creativity and innovation;

* Demonstration of socially responsible and ethical business practices;

* Ongoing support and promotion of the community; and

* Demonstration of excellent customer service.

The deadline to submit nomination forms is 5 p.m. Friday, April 19, to the Chamber office, by fax to 530-756-5190 or by email to deputydirector@davischamber.com.

The award recipient will be recognized at the Chamber’s community luncheon on Tuesday, June 4, at the Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St.

Streng, a longtime Davis resident and former home builder and developer, has served as chairman of the Chamber’s board of directors.

Past award recipients include Yolo Federal Credit Union, 2012; Woodland Healthcare, 2011; Brooks Painting, 2010; Carbahal & Company, 2009; Fleet Feet Sports, 2008; Davis Ace, 2007; First Northern Bank, 2006; University Honda, 2005; Coldwell Banker-Doug Arnold Real Estate, 2004; Nugget Markets, 2003; The Davis Enterprise, 2002; Pyramid Construction, 2001; Davis Waste Removal, 2000; Novo Nordisk Biotech, 1999; Mortgage Resource Network Team at Comstock Mortgage, 1998; Cunningham Engineering, 1997; and AgraQuest, 1996.

Enterprise staff

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