2015 BUFFALO NIAGARA BUSINESS ETHICS AWARD FINALISTS SELECTED
Nine Western New York companies have been selected as finalists for the 2015 Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Award. The finalists are:
Advanced Care Physical Therapy, Eberl (pronounce:”Ehbrl”) Iron Works, Inc. and VoIP (pronounce: “Voyp”) Supply in the small business category with fewer than 50 employees; Compu-Mail LLC, Irish Companies and James Desiderio Wholesale Produce in the mid-sized business category of 50-150 employees and Calspan Corporation, The Emerling Family of Dealerships and Great Lakes Orthodontics, Ltd. in the large business category of over 150 employees.
“We’re proud to salute the finalists’ commitment to the highest of ethical business standards throughout their organizations and the community,” said Fred Holender, President of the Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Association and Chairman of the BNBEA Awards Steering Committee.
A judging panel comprised of community leaders will meet to select one finalist from each category as the 2015 crystal award recipients to be presented at the 9th annual Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Awards on Thursday, May 14th at a luncheon at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens.The BNBEA annual award eventraises community awareness of ethical behavior and pays tribute to companies that consistently demonstrate ethical conduct in everything they do.
The 2015 Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Awards are presented by the Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Association in partnership with Lawley Insurance; Brock, Schechter & Polakoff, LLP; Canisius College Wehle School of Business; Key Bank; West Herr Automotive Group and media partners WBEN Radio, WGRZ Channel 2, Business First and WBFO Radio.