The Tennessee Veterans Business Association is now accepting nominations for its annual Business Awards, recognizing deserving veterans, businesses, entrepreneurs and humanitarians for their dedication and innovation, exemplifying the veteran spirit within the hallows of commerce.
Award winners will be presented during the 2019 TVBA Keynote Dinner January 28th at the Knoxville Convention Center, with Lt. Colonel Oliver North, USMC (Ret.) and Country music icon Lee Greenwood headlining the highly-anticipated evening.
TVBA encourages members of the community to nominate those deserving of such an award.
“No one knows the community better than those individuals living, working and enjoying camaraderie in the Knoxville area,” TVBA Program Ambassador Steve Stilts said.
Please submit TVBA Award nominations, along with a 250-word essay detailing why the individual or business is deserving of an award, to email@example.com or fill out the form below. Nominations will be accepted through January 11th.
TVBA is accepting nominations for the following categories:
Hiring Heroes Award
This award recognizes a company that is dedicated to hiring veterans. This company has hired the highest percentage of veterans in 2018.
Veteran Entrepreneur Award
This award recognizes a veteran entrepreneur who has achieved success in their business through a drive to do things differently and change the world in the most unexpected ways.
This award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated the spirit of humanity through a commitment to a community project or program. This individual has made a significant impact or contribution to our region.