Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow, the Waukesha County Business
Alliance and the Waukesha County Center for Growth have announced
finalists and some winners for the 2018 Waukesha County Awards.
According to a press release, the awards recognize top-performing
businesses and nonprofit organizations which have a significant
presence in Waukesha County and are making our community a great
place to work, play and live. The business finalists are as follows:
Large business of the year finalists:
Bruno Independent Living Aids, Milwaukee Tool, Spancrete.
Medium business of the year finalists:
Aries Industries, Best Version Media, VJS Construction
Small business of the year finalists:
Lakeland Supply, Mama Dís Coffee, MSI General Corporation
Large Nonprofit of the Year Winner:
The Hope Center
Small Nonprofit of the Year Winner:
Waukesha County Community Foundation Business nominations were
reviewed based on the following six criteria: a commitment to good
business practices, customer-focused commitment, community service
involvement, a history of good employee relations/ benefits,
financial growth, consistency, education partnerships, and workforce
development. Nonprofit nominations were reviewed based on the
following four criteria: promotes health, safety and quality of
life, fulfills the mission of the organization, financial
sustainability, and engages in collaborations and partnerships.
The winners will
be announced during the Waukesha County Awards Gala on June 21.
Registration is now open at