Kansas Integrity Awards nominations sought

5/27/2014

BY JERRY SIEBENMARK

BY JERRY SIEBENMARK

The Wichita Eagle

(MCT) — The Better Business Bureau said Tuesday it is seeking nominations of Kansas businesses and nonprofits for its Integrity Awards.

The organization said nominated businesses and charities operating under the same ownership for three years or more will be considered for the awards, which recognize an "extraordinary commitment to business ethics."

Nominations can be made at www.bbbinc.org under awards programs or by calling 316-719-4208.The deadline is June 6 and applications are due June 20.

Businesses and organizations selected for the award will be recognized at an Aug. 21 luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Wichita.

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