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Alpharetta Wants to Recognize Its Top Businesses

The city is seeking submissions for its 2nd annual Business Awards Breakfast.

Credit: Patch
Credit: Patch

The city of Alpharetta wants to recognize its businesses that are making waves in the corporate world.

The city wants businesses that have received a "significant award, accolade or recognition" last year to send its information to the city be considered for the second annual Business Awards Breakfast.

Submissions must be sent to Economic Development Manager Samir Abdullahi no later than Tuesday, March 18. Information can be emailed to Abdullahi at at sabdullahi@alpharetta.ga.us. 

"The Business Awards Breakfast is about turning a spotlight onto those Alpharetta businesses that exemplify our drive for excellence (and) that seek to become the standard by which other companies in their field are measured," Abdullahi said, adding the event also gives the city's "elite businesses" a chance to network and learn about city initiatives that will impact their bottom line.

A selection committee will review the submissions received to identify the businesses that are most deserving of further recognition. Businesses must submit the name of and information about the award received in 2013, why they were given the honor, a brief overview about their company and a list of representatives they'd like to attend the breakfast (if selected). 

Only businesses located within the city's legal geographic boundaries are eligible for consideration.

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