First Posted: 11/12/2014
The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce and MetroAction announced the winners for the 2014 SAGE Awards (Scranton Awards for Growth and Excellence), which honor local businesses for their talent, creativity, and innovation. The winner of each award category was announced at The Chamber Gala Nov. 11 at The Theater at Lackawanna College.
More than 110 applications were received. A group of community leaders and professionals teamed up to review applications and select finalists.
The finalists, in each category, are:
Woodloch Resort, best practices in community involvement; Little Acres Learning Academy, best practices in customer service; Montage Mountain Resorts, best practices in marketing and communications; Net Driven, business of the year; The University of Scranton, healthy workplace in continuing excellence; Fidelity Deposit and Discount Bank, healthy workplace of the year; Moscow Borough: National Night Out, hometown star; Little Acres Learning Academy, new and emerging business of the year; Children’s Advocacy Center of Northeastern PA, non-profit organization of the year; Pennsylvania American Water: Northeast Operations Center, pride and progress: exterior renovations; hemmler + camayd architects: St. Thomas Hall, The University of Scranton, pride and progress: interior renovations; hemmler + camayd architects: The TekRidge Center, pride and progress: new construction; hemmler + camayd architects: The TekRidge Center, pride and progress: project of the year; JuJaMa Inc., small business of the year; Highland Associates, sustainability; Dr. Tiffany Griffiths, Tiffany Griffiths and Associates, Inc. woman of excellence and Peggy’s Wing Sauce of Scranton, people’s choice.