The Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry (CCCBI) hosted its most prestigious event of the year, the 2022 Annual Awards Celebration at Longwood Gardens, on Thursday, Nov. 3.
The 2022 Annual Awards Celebration, sponsored by Independence Blue Cross, celebrated the accomplishments of the chamber over the past year and honored two outstanding pillars in the community, Kim Brumbaugh and Comcast, for their service. Complete with expanded networking, open bar and awards presentation, this was truly an unforgettable evening.
Borough of South Coatesville Police Department Chief of Police, Kevin Pierce opened the event, singing a stunning rendition of the U.S. National Anthem. The awardees were introduced by representatives from Independence Blue Cross and Mid Penn Bank. The chamber also unveiled a brand-new logo and new website during the event. The event concluded with a big screen watch party, featuring both the Philadelphia Phillies World Series and Philadelphia Eagles games.
Each year, CCCBI honors a senior executive of a company who demonstrates great business and civic leadership in our community. This year, CCCBI proudly recognized Kim Brumbaugh of Brumbaugh Wealth Management, LLC, as the Executive of the Year. Brumbaugh is the Founder and Managing Partner of Brumbaugh Wealth Management, LLC. Brumbaugh started the firm in 2004, with a clear vision of her key responsibilities of coaching clients through life’s financial challenges. Overall, she has 36 years of experience in client service, management, and leadership, with 25 of those years serving affluent clients in the financial services industry.
In addition to honoring the Executive of the Year, CCCBI also honored Citizen of the Year, Comcast. Comcast has exhibited outstanding leadership and citizenship in our community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Comcast was represented by Stephanie Kosta, Vice President of Government and Regulatory Affairs and Community Impact for Comcast’s Freedom Region.
“CCCBI was honored to celebrate and pay tribute to two great community leaders and members of the Chamber – one an individual and the other a large corporation. They are economic developers, business spokespersons, advocates, counselors, and teachers to many. We are grateful for their commitment to our community and the Chamber,” said Laura Manion, President and CEO of the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry.
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