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Family Owned Business Awards

July 29

2nd Annual Family Owned Business Awards

ABOUT THE EVENT

The Family Owned Business Awards program honors family businesses that make up the backbone of the American economy. From small, boutique operations to large multi-generational firms, these entrepreneurial families are building business legacies that will last for generations to come. More than two thirds of privately held businesses in the U.S. are family-owned firms. The Business Journal will be celebrating the family-owned businesses that are successful, growing and moving America forward. Honorees will be profiled in The Business Journal and invited to an Exclusive Honorees Reception. Participating in this program as a sponsor of any level gives your company a unique and unparalleled opportunity to build brand awareness, expand your network and generate leads at a C-level with a B2B audience. All levels of sponsorship include tickets to the Exclusive Honorees Reception, which gives your team the opportunity to build relationships with honorees and other business owners. Higher level sponsors also have the opportunity to give awards that will be filmed/broadcasted on KMPH.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2022 FOBA WINNERS & HONOREES

Small Business Category Winner

Ficklin Vineyards

Medium Business Category Winner

Fresno Acura

Large Business Category Winner

Wawona Frozen Foods

Family Legacy Winner

Wonder Valley Ranch Resort

2022 Honorees

Selsor Construction 

Toca Madera Winery 

Pro-Screen Inc. 

Salter’s Distributing¬†

Betts Company 

Quality Home Services 

 

            THANK YOU 2022 SPONSORS

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CHECK OUT LAST YEAR’S FOBA 2021 Winners

 

Please reach out to Ashley Webster-Rudolph for more information on the nomination process or sponsorship opportunities. Call 559-490-3481 or ashley@thebusinessjournal.com

 

Details

Date:
July 29

Organizer

Ashley Webster
Phone:
559-490-3481
Email:
ashley@thebusinessjournal.com

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