Phoenixville Regional Chamber of Commerce Celebrates its 88th Annual Awards Dinner

State Representative Warren Kampf addresses the crowd at last month's Phoenixville Regional Chamber of Commerce 88th Annual Awards Dinner and thanks award winners for their contributions to Phoenixville.

On March 22nd, the Phoenixville Regional Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 88th Annual Awards Dinner.

This event, a celebration of spirit, recognizes businesses and individuals in the Phoenixville area that have made a substantial impact.

Jessica Capistrant, President/CEO of the Phoenixville Chamber, presented a State of the Chamber address, which included updates on the past year, as well as goals for the coming year.

Michael Polin, Chairman of the Board of the Phoenixville Chamber, presented the awards for the evening, which were sponsored by Piazza Subaru of Limerick. Winners included:

  • Chairmans Award: Phoenixville Area Economic Development Corporation (PAEDCO)
  • Merit Award: Lauren Coy, Teresa Haag
  • Business Development Award: Riverworks Luxury Apartments, Stirling Storage, and Uncle B’s BBQ Shack
  • Community Betterment: The Daniel Foundation
  • Outstanding Citizen of the Year: Cheryl Messere

The following images of the Chamber’s annual dinner via Phoenixville Photography:

Outstanding Citizen of the Year, Cheryl Messere, stands with Phoenixville Chamber Chairman Mike Polin and Chamber President/CEO Jessica Capistrant.


Greg Porter of the Daniel Foundation accepts $500 donation from Piazza Subaru of Limerick.


Teresa Haag, Merit Award winner and local artist, with Polin and Capistrant.


Accepting her Merit Award, Lauren Coy of the Phoenixville Public Library with Polin and Capistrant.


Stirling Storage stands with Chamber leadership, and their award in Business Development.


Riverworks Luxury Apartments stands with Polin and Capistrant with their Business Development Award, for their multi-million dollar investment in the community.


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