Companies Recognized for Their Valuable Contributions
RENO, Nev. (October 13, 2016) – The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN), dignitaries, community guests and Title Sponsor Server Technology celebrated today the contributions and successes of existing primary companies in the Greater Reno-Sparks area at the 5th Annual Existing Industry Awards Event held at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa.
More than 50 companies from Washoe County, the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center and Fernley, were recognized for their valuable contributions. The nominations were open to all primary companies doing business in the areas served by EDAWN.
Congratulations to The Winners!
2016 EDAWN Existing Industry Awards
Biggest Little Wow
Abaris Training Resources, Inc.
Corporate Citizen Small
Corporate Citizen Large
Employees First Small
Employees First Large
Founders Award Small
Founders Award Large
Leader In Sustainability Small
Speed of Air
Leader in Sustainability Large
Manufacturing Excellence Small
CalRamic Technologies, LLC
Manufacturing Excellence Large
Partnership with Education
Nevada Industry Excellence
Company of the Year Small
Company of the Year Large
“The existing primary companies in Northern Nevada make up the backbone of our regional economy. While these primary companies represent less than 5% of the companies in the region, they are responsible for approximately 50% of our jobs, and essentially drive our economy. This event provides an opportunity to the community to thank these companies and let them know we truly appreciate their investment, commitment to the region and their many contributions to our economic vitality” said Mike Kazmierski, CEO of EDAWN.
The Economic Development Authority off Western Nevada is a private/public partnership established in 1983. EDAWN is committed to adding quality jobs to the region by recruiting new companies, supporting the success of existing companies, and assisting new forming companies to diversify the economy and have a positive impact on the quality of life in Greater Reno-Sparks.
Norma Yamaji, Associate, Business Development