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Agora Award finalists announced

The nominees for the 2011 AGORA Awards were announced Tuesday by  Greater Spokane Incorporated. Winners will be announced June 1 at The Davenport Hotel from 7:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m. ?Attendees can register at events.greaterspokane.org.  The awards recognize area businesses for excellence.

Nominees by category are: 

Small business

  • Clark's Tire & Automotive
  • Craftsmen Construction, Inc.
  • Desautel Hege Communications

Medium business

  • GeoEngineers, Inc.
  • Horizon Hospice
  • Travel Leaders
  • Youthful Horizons Therapy

Large business

  • Graham Construction & Management, Inc.
  • Northwest Farm Credit Services
  • Pathology Associates Medical Laboratories (PAML)
  • Spokane Industries, Inc.

Nonprofit, small 

  • Inland Northwest Community Foundation
  • Spokane Lilac Festival Association
  • Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery

Nonprofit, large

  • Second Harvest
  • The Salvation Army of Spokane
  • Volunteers of America

 

 


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