Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:49 am
The Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin recently announced the winners of its 2011 Torch Awards for Business Ethics and Integrity. The five winners were selected by an independent panel of twelve business ethics experts. The winners were chosen based on submissions that demonstrated excellence in ethical practices, service excellence, reputation, honest advertising, peer recognition, management practices and employee training in ethical behavior. The winners in their respective categories included: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin in Wauwatosa; Kerzner Remodeling & Construction in Oconomowoc; The Starr Group in Greenfield; Batzner Pest Management in New Berlin; and Sargento Foods in Plymouth. Med Advocates of Racine, David Hobbs Honda of Glendale and Cintas in Madison also received runner-up recognition in their respective categories and Spectrum Communication of Brookfield and Sure-Dry Basement Systems of Menasha tied for honorable mention recognition.
“It’s our pleasure to shine the spotlight on these companies, all of whom put a high priority on ethics and integrity with their customers, their employees and their vendors,” said Randall Hoth, president/CEO of the Wisconsin BBB. “I applaud their commendable business practices and their commitment to doing things the right way.”