Winning the 2016 IMPACT Regional Business Award was a highlight for the Hi-Hope individuals, families, staff and our board. In an environment where the need is great and the resources are scarce, being recognized for doing great work despite those odds raises our spirits and has encouraged us to greater achievement.
This recognition provided our talented and dedicated employees a very meaningful acknowledgement, from our local business community, for the innovative work they do every day delivering bright solutions and brilliant service to our customers around the country.
Receiving the IMPACT award has converted our cold calls into warm calls. From placing the award on our customer documents, to press releases, to adding the award to our email signatures, we have fully integrated winning the award into our Marketing and PR initiatives.
Being awarded such an honor has increased our visibility locally and nationally. Having recently acquired Ivan Allen, the storied contract furniture dealer in the Atlanta area, and fostering a solid relationship with Allsteel we are now a premiere dealership that will continue to thrive and flourish in the industry. We DO Work Differently!
Being an IMPACT Award Winner is, without a doubt, an instantly recognizable testament to our commitment to unparalleled customer service and dedication to providing a national footprint for our valued business partners.
We are delighted that our efforts have been recognized by the Gwinnett Chamber through the IMPACT Awards program. All GGC students, faculty, staff, alumni and community partners can be proud of this achievement because they have all contributed to the college’s success. As the college moves into its second game-changing decade, we look to a future full of promise and continued impact for Gwinnett County, Georgia and beyond.”
With so many amazing organizations and companies in Gwinnett, we were very honored to be recognized. It is just another step in showcasing the impact that tourism & hospitality have on Gwinnett’s economy.
Garnering an IMPACT Regional Business Award is really a testament to the entire business community, partnering with JA and Gwinnett County Public Schools, to actively engage and prepare students in owning their educational and economic futures. For us, the IMPACT Award speaks to the collective efforts that are essential to ensuring that all students have access to success.
Obtaining the International IMPACT Award has increased awareness around my practice at JLL to many stake holders in the region. We have immense value to offer users and owners of commercial real estate; this award has helped us touch more of those lives.
Winning an IMPACT Regional Business Award gives validation that Aurora Theatre is not just one of Georgia’s preeminent arts organizations, but also a business leader. The award raises our profile and reinforces that arts and culture is a formidable economic development tool.