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Bridging the Gap recognizes 20 Baltimore-area companies

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Donald C. Fry, president and CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee

Twenty Baltimore-area companies Wednesday night were named winners of the Greater Baltimore Committee’s 14th Annual Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards.

The awards, presented during ceremonies honoring minority and women-owned firms for business achievement and others for their efforts to strengthen minority business development, were presented at a ceremony at The Grand Baltimore attended by more than 200.

Bridging the Gap award finalists and winners were selected from among nominations submitted by businesses, civic organizations, employees, customers, elected officials and government agencies.

Categories and winners of the 2017 Bridging the Gap Awards are:

Successful minority or women-owned business

  • Boulevard Contractors Corp.
  • Breathe4Sure Pharmacy Solutions, LLC
  • Brown Rice Korean Grill
  • Celeebrate Us
  • CUPs Coffeehouse
  • Edwards and Hill Office Furniture
  • The Land of Kush
  • Maryland Family Network
  • McKissack and McKissack
  • Tegeler Source, LLC

Partnership/strategic alliance that includes minority or women-owned businesses

  • Coppin State University, Open Works and PNC Bank
  • Healthy Little Cooks and McCormick & Company Inc.
  • Kaiser Permanente and Maryland Women’s Expo

Majority owned business demonstrating inclusive business practices

  • Bank of America

President’s Award

  • HMC Incorporated
  • Meridian Management Group, Inc.

Also honored as Bridging the Gap Award finalists were:

Successful minority or women-owned business

  • Diverse Concepts Inc.
  • Fashion Spa House, Inc.
  • Intreegue Design
  • Miracles-N-More Salon
  • Sheilia Lee and Associates Learning Everywhere
  • Studio 7 The Salon and Spa
  • William and Lanaea C. Featherstone Foundation

Partnership/strategic alliance that includes minority or women-owned businesses

  • Baltimore City Department of Public Works and Louis Berger
  • Morgan State University and Universities Space Research Association

Majority owned business demonstrating inclusive business practices

  • Mutisensor Diagnostics
  • Southland Industries

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