Congratulations to our 2015 Small Businesses of the Year!

May 12, 2015

Emerging Small Business of the Year: Cheaha Women’s Health and Wellness

IMG_5681Founded in 2012, Cheaha Women’s Health and Wellness offers personalized, responsible obstetrics and gynecological care with market leading options in natural birth. Dr. Johannson is also a IBCLC, a special certification in breastfeeding, allowing for support and solutions to be integrated into maternal and childcare in the office. Dr. Johannson is able to take care of gynecological problems in minimally invasive procedures, allowing women to return to their daily lives faster and with fewer complications. Congratulations Cheaha Women’s Health & Wellness!

Sustaining Small Business of the Year: Signature In-Home Care, Inc.IMG_5677

In 2003, Signature In-Home Care, Inc. was established by Judi Hansek, providing caring services to make it possible for the elderly to maintain as much independence as possible by providing the appropriate in-home assistance and companionship. Since 2003, they’ve grown from 2 highly qualified and trained caregivers to 70. Congratulations Signature In-Home Care!

Lifetime Achievement Award: ERA King Real Estate

IMG_5674ERA King Real Estate was founded in 1969 by Jack King and has never wavered from his vision of “Just Do The Right Thing”. In the 45+ years ERA King, the company, has never sold a property, but instead they say “our people do.” Therefore, ERA King has been able to outperform the markets by being the very best agent support service ever. While other companies were hanging on or disappearing during the recent recession, ERA King grew.

Larry Sylvester Small Business Advocate Award: Center for Domestic Preparedness

IMG_5658The Center for Domestic Preparedness identifies, develops, tests, and delivers training to more than 14,000 state, local, and tribal emergency response providers each year at their Anniston Campus. The CDP is also one of the largest employers in the county with almost 900 employees. Providing on-site and mobile training at the performance, management, and planning levels, the CDP facilitates the delivery of training to more than 40,000 responders annually through the training partners of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Thanks to this organization and their support of our local restaurants and small businesses, the Center for Domestic Preparedness is our 2015 Larry Sylvester Small Business Advocate.

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