Greater Cedar Valley Alliance & Chamber Now Accepting Nominations For Annual Awards

posted on Thursday, January 12, 2012 in Blog

The Greater Cedar Valley Alliance & Chamber announces nominations are open for a variety of business awards to be presented during the 2012 Annual Celebration on Thursday, March 29th at the 5 Sullivan Brothers Convention Center. “The Greater Cedar Valley Alliance & Chamber Annual Celebration is one of my favorite events. It gives us the opportunity to thank all our investors and members for all they do to make the Cedar Valley a great place to do business. The businesses and individuals recognized always bring inspirational stories of success. It's the high point of the evening,” said Bob Justis, Greater Cedar Valley Alliance & Chamber.

Do you know of an individual who should be recognized for their contributions in creating a strong business climate and enhancing the quality of life in the Cedar Valley by continued service and leadership? Has a business or organization, made an outstanding contribution to the Cedar Valley and its citizens on a continued basis or with a specific project? You are encouraged to nominate them for recognition of their contributions.

“The nominees and award winners demonstrate what a successful economy we have. It's important and fun to recognize those who are investing capital, creating jobs and really making a difference,” said Alliance & Chamber CEO Steve Dust.

Nominations are being accepted through February 10th for the following awards:
• Business of the Year Award
• Harold Brock Innovation Award
• Treating Capital Well Award
• Fulfilling the Vision of One Award
• Cedar Valley Partner Award

Descriptions of the awards and nomination forms are available at the Alliance & Chamber offices or online at under the “Resource Documents” link. Please contact Bette Wubbena at for more information.

The Greater Cedar Valley Alliance & Chamber works to increase wealth and economic vitality through collaborative economic and community development throughout The Cedar Valley economic area.