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Economic Impact Awards

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Economic Impact Awards, a special publication and black-tie affair, has become the highlight of the business community's calendar.

Event Date: July 26, 2018

Location: Oasis Hotel & Convention Center

Time: 5:30 pm

Nomination Deadline: April 13, 2018

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Ticket Price: $65.00

Every year, we ask our readers to nominate companies and individuals for honors in categories including Lifetime Achievement in Business and Entrepreneur of the Year.

Each nominee is put through a stringent independent judging process. The top three finalists are profiled in the special publication in July, with the winner in each category announced at the annual banquet. The culmination of the evening is the announcement of the annual Lifetime Achievement in Business honoree, also selected by the outside judging panel.

Economic Impact honors are awarded in four categories based on years in business. In addition, the event will honor businesses in the following categories:

  • Charitable Non-Profit of the Year
  • Philanthropic Business of the Year

Invididuals in the following categories:

  • Community Involvement Champion of the Year
  • Entrepreneur of the Year
  • Lifetime Achievement in Business

Business or Individual:

  • Business Advocate of the Year

Click here to view past honorees.

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