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Chieftain Steel, Liberty, KY, nominated for Entrepreneur Award

Casey County Business on of 12 nominated for 4 awards at the 2013 EIEA awards luncheon, call The Center for Rural Development, Somerset
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News from the Center for Rural Development

Twelve entrepreneurs -including Bryan Floyd, CEO, Chieftain Steel, Liberty, KY- in Eastern and Southern KYwill be recognized at 2013 EIEA program on, 10:30amCT/11:30amET, September 9, 2013 at The Center for Rural Development, 2292 South U.S. 27, Somerset, KY.

The complete list of finalists includes:

For-Profit Business: Shane Baker and Patrick Heist, Owners, Ferm Solutions, Inc., Danville, KY; Bryan Floyd, CEO, Chieftain Steel, Liberty, KY; and Anthony and Julie Roberts, Owners, Servpro of Pulaski and Laurel Counties, London, KY.

Start-Up Business: Gus and Kristin LaFontaine and Jeff and Abby McIntier, LaFontaine Preparatory School, Richmond, KY; Scott L. Shinn, Sustainment Solutions Inc., Lancaster, KY; and Kristi Bertrand and Trisha Mullins, Owners/Founders, Medical Career and Technical College, Richmond, KY.

Not-For-Profit Entity: Paul D. Dole, President/CEO, KCEOC Community Action Partnership, Inc., Barbourville, KY; Jackson County Regional Food Center 3AJC Inc., Tyner, KY; and Tom Manning-Beavin, President, Southern Tier Housing Corporation, London, KY.

Young Entrepreneur: Todd Duff, Owner, LowGap Outfitters and Jak'd Up Outdoors, Hindman, KY; Adam C. Luttrell, Bear Country Cupcakes, Harlan, KY; and Monica and Eric Withers, MEW Productions, Monticello, KY.

To make reservations for the 2013 EIEA awards luncheon, call The Center for Rural Development at 606-677-6000 or register online Excellence in Entrepreneurship Awards Luncheon. The cost of the luncheon is $20 per person. Reservations will be accepted through September 4, 2013.




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