Risk-takers. Problem solvers. The dreamers and the doers. Not for the faint of heart, being a small business owner is a bold feat. Now, more than ever, it is critical to celebrate those who are up to the challenge. The Gwinnett Chamber’s Small Business Awards do just that by showcasing those that dare to start, sustain, and succeed, and the community that supports them.
Erica Gwyn/Seven Oaks Academy (Minority-Owned/Woman-Owned Small Business Award)
Seven Oaks Academy is a preschool in Lilburn, GA that offers various platforms for creative learning experiences for all the children in their facility. Aiming for quality child development and favorable outcomes are their primary concerns. They want every child to be well-equipped with the right knowledge and expertise for them to be well-rounded individuals. Apart from having an exciting learning environment, their professionals strive to unleash the potential of every child.
Chelle Hartzer/360 Pest & Food Safety Consulting (Launch Award)
360 Pest & Food Safety Consulting helps companies solve tough pest issues. They help companies trouble-shoot ongoing issues, put preventative plans in place, and improve their pest control services.
Sid Theus/American Painting & Renovations (Founder Award)
For over 30 years, American Painting & Renovations has provided top-rated service within the multifamily, commercial, and residential industries as a contractor. Their goal has been to ensure you receive reliable products and unmatched installations promptly. Their nationwide service, quality workmanship, and competitive pricing have earned them numerous recognitions within these industries, and is confirmed by their growing list of satisfied customers.