Round Rock Chamber Announces 2017 Business Awards

efg&m; NovaCentrix; and Jack Allen’s Kitchen/Salt Trader’s Coastal Cooking take home business honors 

ROUND ROCK, Texas – The Round Rock Chamber today announced its annual business and community award winners.

The winners are:

“Big Boy” Hester Small Business of the Year: efg&m Benefits
Business of the Year: Jack Allen’s Kitchen/Salt Trader’s Coastal Cooking
Global Business of the Year: NovaCentrix
Investor of the Year: Bill Combes, No Time for Social
Ambassador of the Year: Steve Crawford, Cindy Crawford Homes
Chairman’s Award: Scott Swindell, Almost Sundown Development
Citizen of the Year: Holly Coe
Lifetime Achievement Award: Felix Munson

“The Round Rock community includes countless innovative and hardworking business people and organizations, which makes this selection process more difficult each year,” said Mike Odom, the chamber’s president and CEO. “This year’s winners are a perfect example of the very best that Round Rock has to offer, and we feel privileged to have them be a part of the chamber and our community.”

In addition to the chamber’s awards, The Greater Round Rock Community Foundation announced their philanthropic honors. Lance White of Lift Brigade and Jerry Bradley were presented with the foundation’s Innovation in Philanthropy and Philanthropy Awards, respectively.

The honors will be presented at the chamber’s 50th Annual Awards Banquet  onJanuary 30, 2018. The event, which is sold out, will also celebrate the chamber’s 2017 successes, honor Ascend graduates, recognize the outgoing board members, and welcome the 2018 board of directors.