Better Business Bureau accepts entries for 2014 Business of the Year Torch Awards

Better Business Bureau announces that it is now accepting entries and nominations for the 2014 Business of the Year Torch Awards.

Better Business Bureau announces that it is now accepting entries and nominations for the 2014 Business of the Year Torch Awards. Each year, one business in Western Washington is selected to receive this prestigious award because of its dedication to excellence in the marketplace.

Nominations will be accepted until Nov. 30, 2013; businesses that are nominated will be contacted and encouraged to submit entries. All entries must be submitted electronically or postmarked by Dec. 31, 2013. Winners will be announced no later than March 1, 2014.

Submit Entries Online, by Fax or by Mail To:

BBB Business of the Year Torch Awards

c/o Better Business Bureau

1000 Station Drive, Ste 222

DuPont, WA 98327

 

Fax: 206-436-5419

 

Download the online entry form here.

 

“The Torch Awards embody the ideals BBB works to advance in the marketplace,” says Tyler Andrew, CEO of BBB serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington. “These are the businesses that make our communities such great places to live.”

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