The city recognized local businesses for their achievements and contributions to the community at its 8th Annual Business Appreciation Breakfast on Friday, Oct. 25.
This breakfast gives the city an opportunity to showcase its amazing businesses that are making a positive difference in the community through their entrepreneurial spirit, leadership, customer service, and philanthropic commitment.
2019 Northglenn Business of the Year Award Winners & Categories:
(Business names are linked to videos featured at the awards ceremony)
- SafePro Guard, Home-Based Business of the Year Award
- The Good Couch North, Rookie Business of the Year Award: Less than 2 years in business
- Purple Moon Early Learning Center, Small Business of the Year Award: 1-20 employees
- Gulfeagle Supply, Mid-Size Business of the Year Award: 21-50 employees
- Lowe’s Home Improvement #0246, Large Business of the Year Award: 51+ employees
- Dodge Sign Company, Business Longevity of the Year Award: 20+ Years as a Northglenn business
- Adjustments for Life, People’s Choice Award: This award honors one business that has been chosen through an online popular vote for having the best product or service and overall customer satisfaction. The only criteria is that a company must be located in Northglenn, be in good standing with the city and cannot win two years in a row.
- Boondocks Fun Center, Community Impact of the Year Award: This award honors one business that has gone above and beyond to positively impact the community through philanthropic and/or outreach efforts.
- KFC #462, Business Investment/Reinvestment Award: This award honors one established Northglenn business or property owner that has made major capital investments in equipment and/or facility improvements. It is not awarded annually, but only when a business or property owner has demonstrated extensive investment and/or investment in the community.
- Luke Portner, Cash4rc, Young Entrepreneur: This award honors one student that either lives in Northglenn or attends a Northglenn school (K-12). The student has demonstrated business entrepreneurism through innovation and vision.
- Robin Gayton, Legacy Award: This award is not presented every year. It is the highest honor presented, and only given when a business and/or person has demonstrated superior contributions of time, talent, dedication, commitment and support to the Northglenn community.