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First Place Winner BBB®Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics in the Under 25 Employees category. 2015

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Intrust IT named First Place Winner for the BBB®Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics in the Under 25 Employees category.

Intrust IT of Blue Ash, Get Noticed Get Found, Inc. of Cincinnati (GNGF), Queen City Homecare, LLC. of Cincinnati and Over-the-Rhine & Walnut Hills Kitchens & Pantry of Cincinnati were named as winners of the 15th Annual BBB Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics in the Pavilion Ballroom at the Horseshoe Casino, Thursday, October 29. - See more at: http://www.bbb.org/cincinnati/news-events/news-releases/2015/10/bbbtorch-awards-for-marketplace-ethics-winners-announced/#sthash.Kt0E1g5e.dpuf

“Our winners take great pride in ensuring an ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers can trust one another. This honor is earned through an exhaustive self-evaluation. The end result is an extraordinary recognition from their peers and the community,” said Jocile Ehrlich, President and CEO of BBB.

The Torch Award recognizes those businesses that have made a commitment to and exemplify ethics and integrity in the marketplace. The Torch Awards have been presented annually at the national and international level since 1996. In 2001, the Cincinnati Better Business Bureau instituted the Torch Award program at our local level to recognize businesses in its 20-county service area.

Since then, more than 950 businesses have been nominated and over 100 nonprofit organizations have been invited to apply for the Torch. Large and small, public and private, these organizations demonstrate what is good about businesses, and our business leaders, in our community.

Businesses are nominated from the community and nonprofit organizations that have met all the Standards for Charitable Accountability are invited to apply. Judging is done by an independent, blue-ribbon panel of community leaders and professionals.

The Torch Award recognizes those businesses that have made a commitment to and exemplify ethics and integrity in the marketplace. The Torch Awards have been presented annually at the national and international level since 1996. In 2001, the Cincinnati Better Business Bureau instituted the Torch Award program at our local level to recognize businesses in its 20-county service area.

Since then, more than 950 businesses have been nominated and over 100 nonprofit organizations have been invited to apply for the Torch. Large and small, public and private, these organizations demonstrate what is good about businesses, and our business leaders, in our community.

Businesses are nominated from the community and nonprofit organizations that have met all the Standards for Charitable Accountability are invited to apply. Judging is done by an independent, blue-ribbon panel of community leaders and professionals.

- See more at: http://www.bbb.org/cincinnati/for-businesses/2-programs-services/2-torch-awards/bbb-torch-awards/#sthash.grHz7XXr.dpuf

We are proud to have been awarded this honor, and proud to live by these standards. Ethics in the workplace should be valued and practiced by every business, and little by little we can get the word out and inspire other places to do the same.

You can read the full article here: http://go.bbb.org/1NuiYZv"