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The 2014 Small Business Awards Winners
The U.S. Small Business Administration congratulates the following recipients:

Arlington Chamber Small Business of the Year

SBDC of the Year
Best Southwest SBDC
Loletha Moore, Acting Director

SCORE Chapter of the Year
Fort Worth SCORE Chapter 120
Mike Reid, Chair

Region VI Prime Contractor of the Year
David Shutler
Utility Systems Solutions, Inc.


Galactic Performance Solutions
Daniel Mohore

Southern Flair Photography
Dwayne Lee


Dental Health Arlington
Nancy Minion Blinn


iKids Pediatric Dentistry
Dr. Randy Hamilton

U.S. Small Business Administration Awards

Minority Small Business

Francine D. Hawkins-Alegeh
F.D. Hawkins Painting & Remodeling

Woman in Business
Rebecca Ann Hicks
Hicks Law Group

Financial Services
Jimmy Bennett
Jimmy Ray Bennett, CPA
Arlington City Council

Veteran Small Business
Jim Reid
Momentum Texas, Inc.

Home-based Business
Gregory Jackman Sakwa
Greycon, Inc. DBA Grey Construction

Entrepreneural Success of the Year
Evan Shelan

Family-owned Business of the Year
Marvin Groves, Jr.
Marvin Groves Electric, Inc.

Young Entrepreneur of the Year
John Lee Stoiloff
Stoiloff Insurance Company

Small Business Exporter of the Year
Gregg Cobb
Precise Energy Products, Inc.

Small Business Person of the Year
Nick Pencis
Stanley's Famous Pit BBQ, Inc.


Veteran & Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Resources

If you are a veteran or service-disabled veteran, the North Texas SBDC network has resources to help you start and grow your small business. From creating a business plan to finding your first customer, we're here to help you succeed.

To get started, check out the information on the SBA Veterans' Resources page, and then contact your local SBDC office to more fully discuss your small business endeavor.

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