Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Schultz and Summers Engineering & Surveying Received BBB Gold Star Award

They were recognized for having no complaints over the past three years.
Brad Allbritton and Bob Summers accept theGold Star from Judy Mills BBB President/CEO

SPRINGFIELD MO. - The Better Business Bureau of Southwest Missouri recently awarded Schultz and Summers Engineering their Gold Star award for having no customer complaints the last three years.  Owner Stan Schultz said, “It’s and honor to receive this recognition from the BBB.  Our employees work extremely hard to make sure our customers’ needs are taken care of.  I’m very thankful that Brad Allbritton and his team have done such a good job in Branson.”
Over 300 attended the annual Torch Awards dinner in Springfield.  Rick's Automotive was awarded the 2012 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics in the medium size category and Success Naturally of Springfield won in the small size category.  The BBB Torch Award is designed to promote not only the importance of ethical business practices, but also the willingness and efforts made by outstanding businesses to ensure that our country's marketplace remains fair and honorable for all consumers and businesses.

“Running an office and dealing with customers can sometimes be hectic, but SSE is a company that supports our efforts to take care of our customers.  I’m proud to work at a place where honesty and integrity are the top priority,” added Brad Allbritton. Only 60 Southwest Missouri Businesses were presented the Gold Star Award, and SSE was proud to be among them. 

SSE Owner Bob Summers attended the event and he concluded, “It was a very nice dinner and I enjoyed meeting the other business owners and award winners.  The economy has been rough the last few years but it was nice to meet other small business owners who have worked hard taken care of their customers and survived.  I’m thankful to be a part of this group!”  

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