Four companies take home Scottsdale Chamber Sterling Awards

Sterling AwardsThe Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of its 30th Annual Sterling Awards before a capacity crowd of 430 on Nov. 20, at the Chaparral Suites Resort Scottsdale.

The Sterling Awards were emceed by Scottsdale Chamber President and CEO Mark Hiegel.

Four winners were selected from among 12 finalists for the coveted Sterling Award: The winners are:

  • Micro Business: Splash Printing & Marketing
  • Small Business: Chick-fil-A Raintree Drive
  • Big Business: McKesson Specialty Health
  • Non-Profit: Franciscan Renewal Center

Sterling Award for Micro Business (1-10 employees) recognizes an emerging business exhibiting success through innovation, creativity and collaboration. Splash Printing & Marketing is full-service printer with a tradition of great customer service.

Also recognized in the Micro Business category were MoneyRadio 1510 and ACME Locksmith.

The Sterling Award for Small Business (11-99 employees) recognizes a small company demonstrating innovation, quality, professionalism and commitment to community.

Also honored for their achievements in the Small Business category were Caliber-The Wealth Development Company and PHX Architecture.

The Sterling Award for Big Business (100-plus employees) recognizes a large company making a significant impact on the lives of its employees and the economic fabric of the community.

McKesson Specialty Health helps pharmaceutical and biotech industries launch and grow product franchises, offering integrated services for intelligence-based decision making, ensuring success in evolving markets.

Other Big Business finalists honored were VIP Mortgage and TPC Scottsdale.

The Sterling Award for Non-Profit recognizes a charitable organization contributing to the social, cultural and educational well-being of its constituents. Nestled in the lush desert valley at the base of Camelback Mountain in Scottsdale, the Franciscan Renewal Center offers unique and engaging meeting facilities exclusively for not-for-profit organizations.

Also honored for their contributions in the nonprofit category were PlayWorks and Shoebox Ministry.

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