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May 04, 2011

Charlottesville Tomorrow a finalist for CBIC's Community Award

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Charlottesville Tomorrow has been named as one of 3 finalists for the Charlottesville Business Innovation Council's 2011 "Community Award." The Community Award recognizes "an enterprise or individual who exemplifies the greatest commitment to and impact upon improving the quality of life in Central Virginia through community involvement."

Nominees for 2011 Community Award:

  • Center for Nonprofit Excellence
  • Charlottesville Tomorrow
  • Jeff Mitchell

CBIC recently named 17 local firms and individuals as finalists for the 13th annual CBIC awards. The awards honor area individuals and organizations making a noteworthy impact on society through entrepreneurship and through the development, use and commercialization of new technologies.

Award recipients will be announced at the CBIC Awards Gala, June 15 at Farmington Country Club. The gala will also feature a keynote talk by Oliver Kuttner, founder and CEO of Edison2, winner of the Progressive Automotive X Prize, on "Racing to the Future by Understanding the Past." Companies and individuals can register to attend the event by June 10.

We appreciate the recognition!

Brian Wheeler, Sean Tubbs, and Charlottesville Tomorrow's Board of Directors

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