Nominations open for companies that help Chandler build better community

Businesses and individuals who have made significant contributions to their community will be honored again this year at an annual awards dinner sponsored by the Chandler Chamber of Commerce.
Awards nominations are due by 5 p.m. Friday, April 19. Winners will be honored at a dinner Thursday, May 30.
Each year, the community gets a chance to honor businesses and individuals for their outstanding contributions to Chandler and the Chandler Chamber of Commerce.
This year’s awards include:
Chandler Cup — Awarded to a business that has made a significant contribution to the growth of the local economy.
Community Cup — Awarded to a business organization for outstanding volunteerism and commitment to the community.
Business of the Year Award — Awarded to an outstanding chamber-member business with 50 or more employees.
Small Business of the Year Award — Awarded to an outstanding chamber-member business with less than 50 employees.
Micro Business of the Year Award — Awarded to an outstanding chamber-member business with less than five employees.
James R. Snedigar Public Service Award — Awarded to a business or individual that exhibits the character and standards of Chandler’s fallen officer.
Support Staff of the Year Award — Awarded to an individual whose service has been truly outstanding in its contribution to the overall purposes of the school district.
Administrator of the Year Award — Awarded to an administrator who fosters cooperation between the school, business and the community, and demonstrates leadership and exemplifies commitment.
Educator of the Year Award — Awarded to an educator who displays a genuine concern for students, participates in extra-curricular activities involving students, business and the community, and demonstrates initiative and creativity to improve instruction.
Nomination forms and criteria are available at www.chandlerchamber.com or by calling 480-963-4571.

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