Businesses and Nonprofit Organizations Recognized for Doing The Right Thing
Cincinnati, OH—October 27th -“Too often the news is about the scandals or problems with businesses and nonprofits,” BBB President Jocile Ehrlich said. “Our Torch Awards not only recognize good organizations, but lets our community know that good organizations that are committed to doing the right thing are the norm.” She added that our community has much to be proud of.
At a gala evening at Cincinnati's Duke Energy Convention Center, the Better Business Bureau celebrated the recipients and honorees of the BBB’s 2011 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics. The Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics is a program of The Center for Ethics at BBB.
“The Torch Award encompasses the spirit and tradition of the BBB unlike anything else,” BBB President Jocile Ehrlich said. “It recognizes and honors businesses and organizations who fully commit themselves to ethical practices in all aspects of their business dealings.”
2011 Torch Award Winners and Honorees Are:
Cutter Construction, Inc
National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Ohio Valley Chapter
One Way Farm of Fairfield, Inc
Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati
Cincinnati Youth Collaborative
People Working Cooperatively, Inc