Dean of Business William Gillett Serves as NH BBB Torch Awards Keynote

Thursday, November 04, 2010
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SNHU Dean of Business William Gillett
Serves as Torch Awards Keynote

Manchester, N.H. (Nov. 4, 2010) – Southern New Hampshire University’s School of Business Dean Bill Gillett served as keynote speaker at the NH Better Business Bureau’s 11th Annual Torch Awards today. The awards honor three New Hampshire businesses for their commitment to fair, honest and ethical business practices.

“It is the business-university partnerships on local, regional and national levels that offer us the best opportunities for the businesses that will strengthen and grow our economy,” Gillett said to the 300 attendees.

The Torch Award finalists for the Small Size Category were Gregory J. Fine Flooring, Senior Financial Resources and Warrenstreet Architecture; Medium Size Category finalists were Favorite Foods, Frederick’s Pastries and William C. Huff Moving & Storage; and Large Size Category finalists were Devine Millimet and Branch, PC Connection and Pro Con, Inc.

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