(Prescott, AZ – November 22, 2010) Better Business Bureau Foundation is looking for the public’s help in nominating companies to honor at its 10th Annual Business Ethics awards next spring. Nominations can be made online now through Friday, January 14, 2011.
BBB Accredited or non accredited businesses displaying consistent ethical business practices can be nominated, and those meeting minimum entry criteria will be invited to complete a formal application. Selected by an independent panel, winners will be announced at the awards ceremony to be held in the spring of 2011.
Over the years, the Business Ethics Awards has honored 98 businesses that have consistently upheld BBB’s vision of building marketplace place trust through ethical business practices.
“It is important for us to celebrate marketplace role models as they create a community of trust, which benefits both businesses and consumers,” said Erin Harshfield, BBB Foundation Director.
To nominate a company, visit www.arizona.bbb.org/ethics and click on the “nominate a business link.”
About BBB Serving Central, Northern & Western Arizona
BBB is an unbiased organization that sets and upholds high standards for fair and honest business behavior. Businesses that earn BBB accreditation contractually agree and adhere to the organization’s high standards of ethical business behavior. Incorporated locally in 1938, today your BBB serves communities in Central, Northern and Western Arizona, supported by over 9,400 BBB Accredited Businesses. BBB provides objective advice, free business BBB Reliability ReportsTM and charity BBB Wise Giving ReportsTM, and educational information on topics affecting marketplace trust.
About BBB of Central Arizona Foundation
BBB Foundation is your BBB’s local, 501(c)(3) affiliate incorporated in 1982 to support BBB’s mission of advancing marketplace trust. BBB Foundation provides education to consumers of all ages about wise spending and avoiding fraud. Supported largely by donations from BBB Accredited Businesses and an annual golf tournament, BBB Foundation is able to provide objective information on topics affecting marketplace trust. For more information about BBB Foundation, visit www.arizona.bbb.org/foundation