10 to 1 Public Relations named Scottsdale Sterling Award finalist

Scottsdale-based 10 to 1 Public Relations has been named one of three finalists for Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce’s 31st annual Sterling Awards in the micro category.

The winner will be announced on Nov. 18 during an event at the Embassy Suites Scottsdale, according to a press release.

The Sterling Awards are the Scottsdale Area Chamber’s marquee event, designed to embody the spirit of the organization by celebrating the people and companies that make the community a great place to live, work and play.

The prestigious Sterling Award is one of the most coveted business awards in the Valley, with a rigorous application, judging and selection process.

The Sterling Award for Micro Business — between 1-10 full time employees — recognizes an entrepreneurship or emerging business exhibiting success through innovation, creativity and collaboration.

“As a public relations firm, our passion is to grow public awareness for our clients by sharing their story to help them achieve their business goals.  It’s very humbling that now the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce views our company’s story worthy of their prestigious Sterling Award,” said Josh Weiss, president of 10 to 1 Public Relations.

“As a smaller firm that is just celebrated our third anniversary, it means even more to us that the judges and the Chamber for the City that we’re so proud to call home is recognizing us in this way.”

While 10 to 1 Public Relations serves clients across the United States, several are in Scottsdale and the greater Phoenix metro area including but not limited to Plexus Worldwide, Advanced Genomic Solutions, The CORE Institute, FirstBank, The ZONE, Voices for CASA Children, Solar Pool Technologies and TOMCAR.

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