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Better Business Bureau Issues Awards for Trustworthiness - Salem News


The Better Business Bureau serving Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull Counties announced the Torch Awards for marketplace trust.The event celebrates BBB accredited businesses and leaders that exemplify BBB standards for trust. Torch Awards for marketplace trust include Butech Bliss, Rulli Brothers, Wm. Price Heating Company, Inc. and CKC Cleaning Specialist. Torch Award for nonprofit excellence went to Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation and the Torch Award for Civic Leadership goes to Suzanne Fleming. The Torch Awards are made possible due to the support of the BBB TrustBuilders, a group of banking institutions in the Mahoning Valley with long-term commitments to earn and keep the trust of the public. Dedicated to the growth and vitality of the valley, the banks make the loans that help small businesses and individuals achieve economic success and financial security. They invest in trust building and strengthen our community through civic involvement, volunteerism, financial education, and sound operating principles. BBB TrustBuilders include Cortland Bank, PNC Bank, Farmers National Bank, Huntington Bank, Home Savings Bank and Chemical Bank. The TrustBuilders enables the BBB to present other outstanding businesses and individuals in the valley with Torch Awards, honoring them for business practices based on a dedication to trustworthiness as well as service to the valley through volunteerism. The Torch Awards will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, June 15 at The Lake Club in Poland. The event will be hosted by Scott Schulick, recipient of the 2015 Torch Award for Civic Leadership. BBB will also be awarding area high school students with the ethics and integrity scholarships sponsored by Sweeney Auto Group and Farmers Trust Company. For table or ticket information, contact BBB at 330-744-7210 or melissa@youngstown.bbb.org.

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