Chamber to honor outstanding businesses

The Renton Chamber of Commerce will honor 18 outstanding Renton-area businesses and name the winners of the Business Excellence Awards at an awards ceremony on Thursday, June 4.

The Renton Chamber of Commerce will honor 18 outstanding Renton-area businesses and name the winners of the Business Excellence Awards at an awards ceremony on Thursday, June 4.

The finalists are:

Customer service award: Les Schwab, Renton, Feathered Nest, Oil Can Henry’s

Community leadership award: Bob Bridge Toyota, King and Bunny’s and Marcie Maxwell, Windermere Realtor

Minority-owned business success story award: 4th Street Grill, Common Ground Cupcakes and Vince’s Coffee House

Outstanding non-profit award: King County Sexual Assault Resource Center, Renton Salvation Army and Renton/Skyway Boys and Girls Club

Business excellence award, 1-10 employees: John Galluzzo, Farmers Insurance; law offices of Dan Kellogg and The Renton Printery

Business excellence award, 10 or more employees: Conner Homes, First Savings Bank Northwest and McLendon Hardware

The event is at the Renton Technical College cafeteria, 3000 N.E. Fourth St., Renton, beginning with a social hour at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $55; RSVP by calling 425-226-4560 or online at www.GoRenton.com.

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