Bayshore Solutions Again Celebrates Being One of the U.S. Chamber Top 100 Small Businesses in the Country
TAMPA, FL, and DENVER, CO, February 2016 – Bayshore Solutions has been selected, for the ninth year in a row, as a 2016 Blue Ribbon Business Award winner by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes and sectors, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation. Only 100 small businesses nationwide achieve Blue Ribbon Business Award distinction each year.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce DREAM BIG Blue Ribbon Small Business Awards®, honor 100 companies for their success and contributions to America’s economic growth and vitality. This year’s winners were selected from a record number of applicants across the nation. Businesses were judged in four key categories: strategic planning, employee development, customer service, and community involvement.
“Small businesses across America today face more economic and regulatory hurdles than ever before, but each of these outstanding companies is rising to the challenge,” said U.S. Chamber President and CEO Thomas J. Donohue. “These Blue Ribbon Award winners have worked hard, taken risks, and achieved success, helping strengthen their communities and local economies. The Chamber is proud to recognize these tremendous small businesses for all of their achievements.”
All of the 2016 US Chamber Blue Ribbon Business winners will be honored at the 12th annual America’s Small Business Summit, which will take place June 13-15 in Washington, D.C.
“Bayshore Solutions is truly honored to receive the US Chamber Blue Ribbon Business Award for our ninth consecutive year,” said Kevin Hourigan, President and CEO of Bayshore Solutions. “We strive to deliver digital expertise and services that provide consistently winning results to our customers. It is extremely gratifying that such high-caliber evaluation by the US Chamber of Commerce validates our track record of adding value to our communities and the economy.”