WEST CHESTER, PA, May 29, 2019 – SCORE Chester and Delaware Counties, which provides free professional business counseling to entrepreneurs, small businesses and non-profits in Chester and Delaware counties, will host its ninth annual Small Business Achievement Awards Luncheon on May 30, 2019 at the Concord Country Club.
Citadel, sponsor of the event for all nine years, has supported SCORE in its development of a new format for the highly-regarded annual event. Federal, state and local elected officials, as well as educational, community and business leaders from both counties, will be present to congratulate the award winners and to recognize SCORE for its valuable contributions to the small business community.
“We are very excited to bring a fresh new format to the luncheon,” noted Rüder Schill, Co-Chairman of SCORE Chester and Delaware Counties. “We can’t thank Citadel enough for their commitment of resources to honor our six award winners.”
The award winners have acknowledged that they have benefited from SCORE's counseling and mentoring services and, as a result, have enjoyed substantial growth and continued success. The 2019 winners of SCORE's Small Business Achievement Award are:
Click on the name of the Winners and read their success stories.
- Big Boize BBQ Sauce, Thorndale (Chester County)
- Karite Naturals LLC - Springfield (Delaware County)
- Rooted – New London (Chester County)
- River Avenue Digital LLC – Media (Delaware County)
- Thom’s Jerky - Exton (Chester County)
- Julie Sebastian Softball and Fitness Instruction – Newtown Square (Delaware County)
This is the 4th year that successful SCORE mentored businesses from both Chester and Delaware counties will be honored together. John Hess, Co-Chairman of SCORE Chester and Delaware Counties, continues to be impressed by the outstanding caliber of the award winners. "We know that small businesses are the lifeblood of our economy. These award recipients are living proof that creativity, planning and determination stillare the winning combination. On behalf of all of our volunteers, we at SCORE are proud to be a part of their success,"Hess said.