Awards

Westmarc seeking nominations for Best of the West

Posted 8/1/22

Westmarc, the West Valley's economic development and government group, is again looking to recognize the region's best projects and is seeking nominations for the 30th annual Best of the West Awards.

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Awards

Westmarc seeking nominations for Best of the West

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Westmarc, the West Valley's economic development and government group, is again looking to recognize the region's best projects and is seeking nominations for the 30th annual Best of the West Awards.

A dinner recognizing the honorees and winners will be held Thursday, Oct. 27.

 “This is my favorite event of the year because we get to celebrate great people, projects and programs that are improving the lives of West Valley residents.” said Sintra Hoffman, Westmarc's president and CEO. “With so much positive economic growth, I have no doubt this year will produce a very competitive pool of nominations”.

Nomination categories are:

  • West Valley Economic Engine Award, which recognizes the creation of significant economic outcomes and/or job creation for the West Valley.
  • West Valley Excellence in Innovation Award, which recognizes those who have demonstrated an innovative concept to accomplish one or more of the following: Fulfill a need for West Valley Residents or Preserve West Valley assets or resources.
  • West Valley Quality of Life Enhancement in Education, which recognizes people, organizations, businesses, facilities, or programs that have enhanced the quality of life for West Valley residents.  Potential nominees include educational programs, institutions, facilities, or leaders. 
  • West Valley Quality of Life Enhancement in Community, which recognizes people, organizations, businesses, facilities, or programs that have enhanced the quality of life for West Valley residents.

For nominations and information check https://bit.ly/2022BOWNom. The deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 19. The cost for each nomination is $75, organizations can submit multiple entries for different programs, projects, and companies.

Nominations are desired for organizations, people, facilities, businesses, or programs representing the interests of the West Valley.

In addition to these annual awards, Westmarc wil present awards for West Valley Regional Advancement, West Valley Inspiration in Leadership, and the President’s Choice Award. There will also be the presentation of the first-ever Emerging Leader Impact award.

Save the date for Best of the West, registration will open soon.

Sponsorship opportunities are available contact Remi Guthman at rguthman@westmarc.org for information.

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