The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce has announced that WingSwept will receive the First Citizens Bank Exceptional Customer Experience Award during the 29th annual Pinnacle Business Awards event on Wednesday, May 29. The luncheon and awards ceremony will take place from 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the Raleigh Convention Center.

The event honors local businesses that have shown courage, commitment, and conviction — and weren’t afraid to take a leap of faith. Both emerging companies as well as companies that have exhibited a substantial history as established businesses will be recognized. Entrepreneurial businesses will receive awards for their staying power, business growth, community involvement, and innovation along with their steady growth and profitability during the past three years.

Join us on May 29 and support these great local companies.

Additional award winners include:

Community Leadership Award Sponsored by Duke Energy
Downtown Raleigh Alliance

Integrity in Business Award Sponsored by Greene Resources, Inc.
Clean Design

Job Creation/Workforce Development Award Sponsored by Wake Technical Community College
Mallinckrodt a Division of Covidien (Medium Business)
Lenovo (Large Business)

Smith Seal of North Carolina Sustainable Business Award
Bob Barker Industries

Individual Entrepreneurial Company Awards

1 – 5 Employees
Anna’s Gourmet Goodies

6 – 9 Employees
The Cupcake Shoppe Bakery

10 – 25 Employees
The Matthews House

26 – 100 Employees
The Produce Box

101+ Employees
CAPTRUST Financial Advisors

Steady Growth and Profitability Award
BodyLase Skin Spa
LM Restaurants, Inc.
SEPI Engineering & Construction
Sequence, Inc.
Triangle Rock Club
TriMark Solutions

Steady Growth and Profitability Master Award
Career Foundations, Inc.
Network South, Inc.
North State Acceptance, LLC
MMI Public Relations
VisionPoint Marketing

About the Greater Raleigh Chamber
The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce is the Triangle’s largest nonprofit business membership organization made up of more than 2,400 member firms representing two-thirds of the private sector employment in Wake County. The Chamber has represented the interests of the local business community since 1888.