2018 Arlington Chamber of Commerce Best Business recipients

Recipients of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce 2018 Best Business Awards were saluted May 2 at the Key Bridge Marriott. (Chamber photo)

The Arlington Chamber of Commerce has announced finalists for its 34th annual Arlington Best Business Awards.

“The Chamber received many noteworthy submissions this year, ensuring a highly competitive selection process,” Chamber officials said in announcing the nominees.

They include Capital MarCom, Design Powers and MovementX (home-based); Agents in Style, Casual Adventure and Good Sweat (retail); Arlington Strategy, MMA & Sports Rehab, Northwest Federal Credit Union and TriVista USA Design + Build (service); AT&T Services, Homewood Suites by Hilton Arlington Rosslyn Key Bridge and Virginia Hospital Center (large business); Arlington Free Clinic, Offender Aid and Restoration and YMCA Arlington (non-profit); and DTS and NextUp Solutions (technology).

Awards had been expected to be announced at a dinner in June, but the program has been pushed back to autumn due to the public-health situation.

Also at that event, new inductions will be made into the Arlington Business Hall of Fame.

(2) comments

CJE

Minority businesses? Essential small businesses like heating, plumbing, and AC? Check out the photo. If you're not trendy and a big fan of golf and galas the Arlington Chamber's not for you.

jna

Historic Note: Scott McCaffrey has not only been a long time Chamber Booster but was on the Chamber's Board of Directors for years, until the Chamber was taken over by big-dog in-fill Developers who still set the Chamber's agenda.

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