Leesburg Business Award finalists announced
Winners will be announced at the Annual Business Awards event May 15 at 6 p.m. at ProJet Aviation at Leesburg Executive Airport.
Highlighting the evening will be the announcement of the Rising Star Award and the George C. Marshall Award. The Rising Star award celebrates a Leesburg business which has been in operation for less than one year and has set itself apart from other businesses through its exemplary achievements. The Marshall Award celebrates an individual who has demonstrated an exemplary commitment to the community above and beyond business contributions. Those nominated for the award are not required to reside within the Town limits.
Ambassador Award Nominees:
Environmental Award Nominees:
·Fryer Pro, LLC
Community Steward Award Nominees:
·Capital Computers & Networks, Inc.
·Jersey Mike’s Subs
·Loudoun Chapter of the NAACP
New Business Award Nominees:
·Avie Medspa and Laser Center
·Barahona & Associates
·King Street Coffee
·L Gifts & Home Furnishings, LLC
·MacDowell Brew Kitchen
·Steam 360, LLC
Innovations Award Nominees:
·Mason Enterprise Center
Home-Based Business Award Nominees:
·Miles LeHane Companies
·Steam 360, LLC
Heritage Award Nominees:
·Norris House Inn
·Tally Ho Theatre
·St. John the Apostle Catholic Church
Veterans Affairs Award Nominees:
Public Art Award Nominees:
·County of Loudoun Administration Building (Public Art Display)
·Friends of Leesburg Public Art
The George C. Marshall Award Nominees:
·Grandmaster Eung Gil Choi
Rising Star Award Nominees:
·Dance King Studio
·Events in the City
·Happy Soul Yoga
·Melt Gourmet Cheeseburgers
·The Jeans Whisperer
·The Q Company
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