Union Township, Clermont County Ohio (September 16, 2020) – The Clermont Chamber of Commerce proudly announces the opening of nominations for the annual Pacesetter Awards. The Clermont Chamber of Commerce Pacesetter Awards Dinner recognizes outstanding community “Pacesetter” companies and individuals for their hard work and county contribution. The 2020 Pacesetter Awards will be held on Thursday, January 21, 2021 at Oasis Conference Center in Loveland, OH from 5:30pm until 8:30pm.
“So much of the good that happens in our community is through the good will of caring individuals and organizations who do things without pay or without expecting anything in return. These community members just do it out of the goodness of their hearts and recognition is important,” said Clermont Chamber President/CEO Joy Lytle. “I feel it is important to take the time and thank community members who make a difference.”
These recipients truly make a positive impact on those who live and work in Clermont County. Award categories and qualifications are listed below:
The Edward J. Parish Pacesetter Award – An individual who has contributed to the economic vitality of Clermont County, who has a genuine concern for the welfare of Clermont County and its residents, and who has exhibited outstanding character, citizenship, and leadership.
The Corporate Pacesetter Award – An organization that has displayed genuine concern for the welfare of Clermont County and its residents by exhibiting outstanding qualities of corporate citizenship and leadership.
The Martha Dorsey Award – A public servant (elected or non-elected) who has genuine concern for the welfare of Clermont County and has demonstrated outstanding leadership, character, and citizenship.
The Legacy Pacesetter Award – Legacy Pacesetter honors an individual that has had a lasting impact on the business growth of Clermont County and has exhibited outstanding qualities of character, citizenship, and leadership.
To nominate an outstanding company or individual, click here. Nominations must be received by September 30, 2020.
Ticket information available at here or (513) 576-5000.
Founded in 1969, the Clermont Chamber of Commerce is an association of nearly 700 businesses working together to make the Clermont County area the preferred place to locate, operate and grow a successful company. The Chamber’s key initiatives are member/investor benefits, leadership development, government advocacy, business education and economic growth. Find us at Clermontchamber.com. The President of the Clermont Chamber of Commerce is Joy Lytle, and the Chairman of the Board is Stewart Greenlee, CenterBank