HUNTSVILLE, AL., September 14, 2015 – On September 11th, 2015, the Huntsville / Madison County Chamber of Commerce held its 30th annual Small Business Awards event. This year’s event was a black tie affair and honored a young professional of the year, non-profit of the year, and small businesses of the year in various categories.
PROJECTXYZ won the prestigious award for Small Business of the Year, 51 – 250 employees. CEO Kim Lewis and President Larry Lewis were presented with the award by last year’s winner, Tim Thornton, CEO and president of nLogic. It was an exciting occasion for PROJECTXYZ leadership as well as employees, family, and friends who were in attendance.
“We’re extremely excited about this award,” said Kim Lewis, CEO of PROJECTXYZ. “Being born and raised in North Alabama, it feels great to win such a prestigious award from the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce. We’re proud to be members of a great Chamber of Commerce and also proud of the accomplishments of our company.”
PROJECTXYZ has made substantial contributions to the Huntsville / Madison County community through employee volunteering, membership and board positions in local community organizations, and involvement with TEC 515 and BizTech. The company has also been successful in continuing its growth as a government contractor, providing engineering, logistics, IT, and alternative energy solutions to its customers.
PROJECTXYZ is a technical solutions company using its expertise to solve problems and deliver results for federal and commercial customers at various locations throughout the United States. Headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, the company provides expertise in the research, design, development, integration, and sustainment of innovative solutions in engineering, logistics, information technology, and alternative energy. Founded in 2002, the company is an 8(a) certified, economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business.
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