Miguel Reyes, co-owner of Quesadilla Gorilla, is a finalist in the small business category for the Visalia Chamber of Commerce's business awards. Photo by Frank Lopez.

published on April 15, 2019 - 12:24 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

The Visalia Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for its annual business awards.

Businesses with staff anywhere in Tulare County are chosen for going above and beyond to support the community, a chamber official said.

The ceremony, on June 13, will mark the 66th year the awards have been given out to small, medium-sized, large and nonprofit businesses.

“The Business Selection Committee has been hard at work reviewing nomination information and interviewing businesses, and we thank them for their hard work,” the release continues.

Here are the 14 finalists:

Small business nominees

Component Coffee Lab

Momentum Broadcasting

Quesadilla Gorilla

Zeltmacher Structural Engineering

Medium-sized business nominees

4 Creeks, Inc.

Green & Company, LLC.

Suncrest Bank

Large business nominees

California Dairies

Eagle Mountain Casino

Wyndham Visalia hotel

Nonprofit nominees

Assistance League of Visalia


Habitat for Humanity

ImagineU Interactive Children’s Museum

To purchase tickets for the awards ceremony, which will start at 6 p.m. at the Visalia Convention Center, go online to www.visaliachamber.org/awards.

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