Nov 10, 2022

On Thursday evening, November 10, 2022, the Wyoming County Chamber & Tourism agency hosted the 2022 annual award reception at the Chalet at East Hill Creamery, to honor the awardees of several outstanding business recognition categories.

The event welcomed businesses and guests from across the county to share in networking and recognition of six businesses that were selected based on criteria that included their contributions to the economic vitality and quality of life of Wyoming County; capital investments; business expansions; job growth and retention; community involvement; and their contributions that strengthen their particular business sector in Wyoming County.

Honorees received an award plaque from the Chamber of Commerce and certificates of recognition from US Representative Chris Jacobs, Senator Patrick Gallivan, Senator George Borrello, and Assemblyman David DiPietro.

The awardees for 2022 included:

Small Business of the Year – Family Furniture in Perry

Large Business of the Year – Advanced Rubber Products in Middlebury

Agri-Business of the Year – Reisdorf Brothers in North Java

Tourism Business of the Year – The Glen Iris Inn in Castile

Tourism Attraction of the Year – Microtel Inn & Suites in Warsaw

Most Promising New Business of the Year – Buried Barrel Hard Cider in Castile

“We again thank everyone who sent in nominations from across the community, and congratulate all the winners for their many contributions to the quality of life and economic vitality of Wyoming County,” said Scott Gardner, President and CEO of the Wyoming County Chamber & Tourism office. “The award winners that we honored represent longevity and commitment to our communities and are some of the very best that Wyoming County has to offer.”

The Wyoming County Chamber & Tourism is the leading membership organization for local and regional growth, advocacy, and connection for Wyoming County’s business community. The Chamber & Tourism’s mission is to serve the members and community; promote and grow the area’s economic and tourism assets; and work collaboratively to create an environment that leads to the success and economic prosperity of Wyoming County. The key programs and services of the organization are educational seminars; leadership development; business assistance and guidance; cost-saving opportunities; advocacy; recognition, networking, exposure and promotional opportunities. For more information or to become a member please call 585-786-0307 or visit the website at www.wycochamber.org


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