CCCBI to Honor Penn Oaks Golf Club, Bournelyf Special Camp, VISTA Today at Awards Breakfast

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CCCBI Annual Awards Breakfast
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The Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry (CCCBI) is proud to recognize the honorees for the Small Business Awards Breakfast, an event that honors a small business and nonprofit annually in the community.

For the second year in a row, CCCBI has also announced a “Community Partner” of the year.

Three awards will be presented at CCCBI’s Small Business Awards Breakfast on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024, from 8 AM to 10 AM at the Desmond Hotel. Tom Sullivan, Vice President of Small Business Policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will serve as the Keynote Speaker.

The Small Business Awards recognize the success of small businesses and nonprofits in Chester County. These honorees represent businesses that have shown committed involvement within the Chamber and prioritized their community.

CCCBI is thrilled to recognize Penn Oaks Golf Club as the Small Business of the Year, Bournelyf Special Camp as the Nonprofit of the Year, and VISTA Today as the Community Partner of the Year.

“At CCCBI, we pride ourselves on acting as the premier voice for business in Chester County, and the Small Business Awards Breakfast is our opportunity to honor the impactful work of the small businesses and nonprofits that drive our regional success,” said Laura Manion, President & CEO CCCBI.

“It is our privilege to have three staples of the Chester County community standing as our 2024 award winners, and we look forward to welcoming Tom Sullivan’s insight as a representative of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and its Small Business Council.”

All are welcome to attend this event. The ticket price for CCCBI Members is $50 and $65 for Non-Members.

Register to attend CCCBI’s Small Business Awards Breakfast at The Desmond in Malvern on Wednesday.

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