Recognizing companies that operate with high standards of character

Attendees at the BBB Torch awards
BBB Torch Awards sponsored by Huntington

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) — We all agree that businesses and non-profit organizations should operate ethically and with high standards of character. Let’s encourage and applaud those who are exemplary examples to others.

Nominate businesses and non-profits for the Better Business Bureau Torch Awards for Ethics sponsored by Huntington Bank. All the recipients will be honored at the BBB’s annual Torch Awards Luncheon on Nov. 3 at the Econ Club of Grand Rapids.

This program was created by the Better Business Bureau to promote and encourage the on-going efforts to improve and increase marketplace trust in West Michigan. The BBB in West Michigan helps people find and recommend businesses, brands and charities they can trust. The BBB is the one place where you can find reviews and reports to make smarter decisions and meet the marketplace needs.

The BBB understands that trust between businesses and the consumer is the foundation for the well-being of the community. That’s why Huntington Bank is a proud member of the BBB.

Nominate a business or non-profit today for the BBB Torch Awards.

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