The Cayuga County Chamber of Commerce on Thursday announced the winners of the 2018 Chamber Awards at the annual State of the City and County luncheon hosted by the Chamber. The award winners are being recognized for their unique contributions to the economy and overall development of Cayuga County.
There are two winners of the Small Business of the Year. The award for a business less than five years old goes to King’s Auto Supply, while the 1840 Dulles Inn was named as the winner among business established for more than five years.
The Business Leader Award goes to Two Plus Four Property Management, while the Non-Profit of the Year has been awarded to Cayuga County Habitat for Humanity.
Individual award winners were also announced. Auburn Downtown BID Executive Director Stephanie DeVito receives the Community Leadership Award awarded to a Leadership Cayuga alumnus for their participation in civic organizations and leadership roles in both their organization and in the community.
The Terri Bridenbecker Young Professional Award recognizes an individual, under the age of 40, who is pursuing excellence in their career. The winner is Alex Schloop, Inns of Aurora.
Cynthia Bouley of the Aversa Agency is this year’s winner of the Phyllis Goldman Award, which recognizes a woman business owner or majority owner who has demonstrated a noteworthy entrepreneurial pursuit.
The awards will be presented at the Chamber Awards Luncheon on Thursday, May 3 at the Springside Inn.