Press release from Rotary Club of Gainesville
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Rotary Club of Gainesville announces that it has opened its nomination process for its annual Ethics in Business Award.
Since 2011, the Rotary Club of Gainesville has worked in collaboration with the Greater Gainesville Chamber of Commerce and the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business Ethics Ambassadors to recognize individuals or businesses in our community that exemplify the ideals of Rotary International, demonstrating a strong commitment to ethical practices in all facets of business.
Nominations for the 2023 Ethics in Business Award will be accepted from now until November 4th at 5:00 p.m. and are open to the public. Nominees need not be a member of Rotary or the Chamber to be selected but will be required to be interviewed by the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business Ethics Ambassadors at dates to be set in November and early December.
Past award recipients have been:
2011 – 1) Perry McGriff 2) The Cousins – Southeast Car Agency
2012 – 1) Jon Thomas 2) John Pastori and Randi Elrad – Crime Prevention Security
2013 – no award as presentation was moved from December to January
2014 – 1) Ivan Solbach 2) Rory Causseaux
2015 – 1) Doug Wilcox 2) Tony Barr
2016 – Tom Rothrock
2017 – Hawes Adams
2018 – Brian Scarborough
2019 – Davis Rembert
2020 – 1) Joel and Jim Islam 2) Ed Ellett
2021 – Darin Cook and Rich Blaser
2022 – Mike Warren
The nomination form can be found here.