The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce honored some of the county's top businesses at the 25th annual Loudoun County Small Business Awards Friday night.
Taking home the small business of the year was Comfenergy, a Sterling-based home insulation contractor, while Dr. Zach Casagrande of Northern Virginia Orthodontics won Loudoun's top entrepreneur.
Tarara Winery was bestowed two awards: the Loudoun Destination Business of the Year and the People's Choice Award.
With more than 600 attendees, Friday's Loudoun Small Business Awards was the most well-attended in the contest's 25-year history.
Here's the complete list of finalists and winners:
Finalists for Loudoun Destination Business of the Year:
-Tarara Winery (winner)
-Red Roof Inn Leesburg
-Ridgetop Coffee and Tea
-The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm
Finalists for Main Street Business of the Year:
-Little Austria (winner)
-King Street Oyster Bar
-MI-Box of Northern Virginia
Finalists for Superior Service Business of the Year:
-Maid Brigade (winner)
-37 Media & Marketing Group
-Advanced Corrective Chiropractic
Finalists for Virtual Business of the Year:
-Clark Virtual Business Solutions, LLC (winner)
-Streamline Government Contractors, LLC
-Yield Bookkeeping Services, LLC
Finalists for Technology Innovator of the Year:
-Conflict Kinetics Corporation (winner)
-Northern Virginia Orthodontics
Finalists for Health and Wellness Business of the Year:
-Club Pilates Ashburn (winner)
-Golden Health Holistics
-Tom Dolan Swim School
Nonprofit Organization of the Year:
-Loudoun Free Clinic (winner)
-Friends of Loudoun Mental Health Inc.
-Tree of Life Ministries
-Women Giving Back
Finalists for Loudoun’s Top Entrepreneur of the Year:
-Dr. Zach Casagrande, Northern Virginia Orthodontics (winner)
-Tom Dolan, Tom Dolan Swim School
-Dr. Linda Pfeiffer, INMED Opportunity Center
-Allison Shannon, 37 Media & Marketing Group
Finalists for Loudoun’s Small Business of the Year (the two companies listed below in addition to the winners in the categories above):
-Eat LoCo, LLC
People's Choice Award:
-Tarara Winery (winner)
A committee of Loudoun County business leaders and industry experts examined more than 100 applications to select the 27 award finalists, according to chamber officials.
"For the past five decades, the Loudoun Chamber has been focused on sustaining a world-class community in Loudoun by creating an environment where small businesses and entrepreneurs can flourish," Chamber President and CEO Tony Howard said in a prepared statement.