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Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber seeking nominees for ChamberChoice awards

Winners and three finalists in each of eight categories will be announced at a ceremony Friday, May 21.

The Chamber
The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce is seeking applications for its annual ChamberChoice awards.

MOORHEAD — The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking nominees for its annual ChamberChoice Awards.

Nominations are open from now until Friday, Jan. 28. Categories include Business of the Year, Small Business of the Year, Non-Profit of the Year, Young Professionals Best Place to Work, Diversity & Inclusion Award, Emerging Business of the Year and Resilient Business of the Year.

After being nominated, nominees will need to submit a formal application. Applications open Tuesday, Feb. 1.

Winners and three finalists in each category will be presented at a ceremony Friday, May 21. "These organizations make a significant impact, drive economic growth and help make this region a better place to work, live and do business," a summary from the Chamber's website read. "Winners exemplify excellence through proven growth or stability, innovation, creativity, community leadership and achievements."

To nominate a business, visit fmwfchamber.com/chamberchoice-awards . For further questions, contact Tracy Powell at tpowell@fmwfchamber.com or 218-233-1100 .

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