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Who were Huntsville/Madison County’s 2015 Small Business Awards winners?

The Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County’s annual Small Business Awards Celebration was held Friday night to celebrate outstanding companies, nonprofits and young professionals in the community.

The event, which is one of the Chamber’s largest, marked 30 years of honoring individuals and businesses for their contributions to the area. More than 800 small businesses, entrepreneurs, nonprofits and  leaders came together for the Black Tie Affair at the Von Braun Center.

Supported by presenting sponsor Redstone Federal Credit Union, this year’s anniversary gala included a more defined list of contenders, a new presentation format and fresh categories. Here is the list of winners:

Young Professional Award of the Year

Dr. Laurentis Barnett

Nonprofit of the Year

Still Serving Veterans

Small Business of the Year, 51-250 Employees


Small Business of the Year, Business/Professional Services, 1-50 Employees

Secure Destruction Service

Small Business of the Year, Technology Services, 1-50 Employees

Sharp Communication

Small Business of the Year, Manufacturing, 1-50 Employees

Watring Technologies

Emerging Business of the Year

H2L Solutions

Small Business of the Year, Government Contractor, Business & Professional Services, 1-50 Employees

BID Designs

Small Business of the Year, Government Contractor, Technology Services, 1-50 Employees

nou Systems

Russell G. Brown Executive Leadership Award of the Year

Jeff Gronberg of deciBel

September 11, 2015 at 9:00 p.m.

Lucy Berry | By Lucy Berry |

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