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Arkansas Operation Recognized As Small Business of the Year

Posted on May 18, 2017

(l to r) Donna Lucas, CFO; Becky June, talent development officer; David Shaw, director of operations; Jeff Wright, founder & CEO; Bridget Baird, director of sales & marketing
(l to r) Donna Lucas, CFO; Becky June, talent development officer; David Shaw, director of operations; Jeff Wright, founder & CEO; Bridget Baird, director of sales & marketing
BENTONVILLE, Ark. ---  Pinnacle Car Services, Inc. was recognized May 3 by the Greater Bentonville Bella Vista Chamber of Commerce as it's Small Business of the Year.

The Awards Ceremony was held during Bentonville Film Festival week, which is an event largely sponsored by Walmart Stores, Inc., Coca-Cola, P&G, Unilever, Sony Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Disney, Universal, Marvel, Synchrony Financial, Warner Brothers, Samsung, and Mars, Inc; as well as roughly 100 additional sponsors.

Jeff Wright, founder & CEO
Jeff Wright, founder & CEO
During the selection process, the judges chose the winner based on level of impact the company has in the community, contributions given back to the community, and overall company success. During the awards presentation, the Chamber highlighted Pinnacle's philanthropic efforts, reputation as being a great employer, and the role Pinnacle has played to contribute to the growth and development of Northwest Arkansas.

Pinnacle's senior leadership team was able to attend the awards ceremony, to include: Jeff Wright, founder and CEO, Donna Lucas, CFO, Bridget Baird, director of sales and marketing, David Shaw, director of operations, and Becky June, all things people.

Source: Pinnacle Car Services, Inc. Press Release

Related Topics: Arkansas operators, honors and awards, Pinnacle, small-fleet operators

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