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20 Cobb businesses honored for communtiy contributions
20 Cobb businesses honored for communtiy contributions

COBB COUNTY, Ga. -- The Cobb Chamber has announced the winners of its 2013 Sam Olens Business Community Service Award.

The honor is presented to companies that support local non-profits. Each non-profit that nominated an award winner was given a $500 gift card to Home Depot.

This year's awards were given during the chamber's December First Monday Breakfast at the Cobb Galleria Centre.

The winners include:

524 Creative
Nominated by Cobb Community Foundation and Cobb & Douglas Public Health

Assurant
Nominated by American Cancer Society

B+C Studio, Inc.
Nominated by Fountain Gate Life and Wellness

Chattahoochee Technical College
Nominated by Cobb Library Foundation and Cobb County Community Services Board

Ed Voyles Automotive Group
Nominated by Marietta City Schools

Elite Telecom Services
Nominated by Bill Thrash Kennesaw Teen Center

First Landmark Bank
Nominated by YWCA of Northwest Georgia

Genuine Parts Company
Nominated by the Center for Children and Young Adults

Georgia Power Company
Nominated by the Center for Family Resources

Henssler Financial
Nominated by Kennesaw State University Coles College of Business

Holt Ney Zatcoff & Wasserman LLP
Nominatd by Cobb Library Foundation

Home Depot Foundation
Nominated by Nobis Works

Kenny's Great Pies, Inc.
Nomianted by Cobb County 4-H Club

LOUD Security Systems, Inc.
Nominated by YWCA of Northwest Georgia

MetroAtlanta Ambulance Service
Nominated by Cobb Safety Village Foundation

Prestigious Cleaning Team
Nominated by Bullock Hope House

Resurgens Charitable Foundation
Nominated by the Georgia Ballet

State Farm Insurance, Floria Izadi Agency
Nominated by Reconnecting Families, Inc.

United Distributors, Inc.
Nominated by NW Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity

WellStar Health System
Nominated by American Heart Association

Canton Businesses