LIMA — The Lima/Allen County Chamber of Commerce on Monday disclosed the finalists for the 2022 Chamber Awards.
Winners will be regarded from 5:30-8:30 Tuesday, Could 3, at the University of Northwestern Ohio Occasion Heart, 1450 N. Cable Highway, Lima.
This year’s finalists are:
• Rising business: Rustgaze Documents and Vibe Coffeehouse & Café.
• Modest small business: The Meeting Location on Industry, Sullivan Insurance coverage Agency and The Flower Loft.
• Women of all ages-owned business: Precision Falls Hair Care, The Meeting Position on Market place and Tomorrow’s Technological innovation Today.
• Non-profit company: Crossroads Disaster Middle, Cornerstone of Hope, Lima and the West Ohio Food stuff Lender.
• Younger leader: Emily Turner, of Sielschott, Walsh, Keifer, Regula & Sherer CPAs Reghan Winkler, of the Better Business Bureau and Laura Mitchell, of Play Issues.
• Athena (supporting women in business enterprise): Keith Horner, Jessika Phillips and Sally Windle.
The theme of this year’s gala is Masqerade Ball. Tickets are on sale for $45 per human being or $320 for a desk of eight for Chamber members, or $50 per individual and $360 for a table of eight for non-associates.
Evening meal begins at 6 p.m., followed by the awards presentation.
Reservations might be created by contacting 419-222-6045 or emailing [email protected]