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Egan Wealth Advisors Wins Award at the Madison Chamber of Commerce Annual Ceremony

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MADISON — Egan Wealth Advisors won the ‘Best Interior Renovation’ award from the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce when they held their annual awards dinner last Tuesday, June 11th, at the Madison Hotel. The Award was presented to Egan Wealth Advisors based on their excellence in transforming a basic office space into a stunning blend of modern elegance and functionality.

The Chamber’s year-end celebration honored individuals, businesses, and community organizations in several categories, including business improvement, community service, and the Extra Mile award. The evening was filled with good cheer, laughter, and friendship, featuring a buffet dinner, a cash bar, door prizes, and an awards ceremony. 

Angelique Devost of Devost Designs, C. Toto & Sons, Korn Dogs, Madison Area YMCA, Madison Downtown Development Commission, Randy Hurley of 360 Realty, The Pink Pear, and the Thursday Morning Club generously sponsored this year’s awards.

“The Chamber’s Annual Awards Night recognized the exceptional accomplishments of a select group of individuals, businesses, and community organizations. Our 2024 honorees were celebrated for their commitment and contributions to Madison businesses and the community,” said Karen Giambra, the Chamber’s executive director.

In addition to Egan Wealth Advisors, other organizations received Business Improvement Awards.  Rose City Wurst Co., 85 Main Street, received the Innovation Award for its creative and forward-thinking approach to the food industry. The Nature of Reading Bookshop, 22 Main Street, received the Sustainability Award for its outstanding achievements in promoting environmental awareness and education through the joy of books. Cramers Carpet One Home & Floor, 73 Main Street, received the Outstanding Window Display Award for their creative and visually stunning holiday window presentation.

The Community Service Awards honored The Madison Eagle Christmas Fund with the Community Impact Award for exemplifying the spirit of the community. “The MECF raises funds to provide gift cards during December to Madison families and senior citizens in financial need,” explained Linsey Cozewith, the Marketing Director at the Madison Area YMCA. “This initiative grants recipients the dignity to choose their gifts, truly feeling the town’s generosity. At its heart, MECF is about neighbors helping neighbors.” For more information and to donate, please visit MadisonEagleChristmasFund.org.

The Madison Community House, 25 Cook Avenue, received the Legacy Award for a lifetime of achievement, dedication, and influence. Salvatore Minardi Salon, 8 Park Avenue, received the Wellness & Beauty Advocate Award for “Creating Today’s Beauty” through their dedication and commitment to promoting health, beauty, and well-being in the community. Dewey’s Comic City, 6 Green Village Road, received the Welcome Back Business Award for their triumphant return to town, revitalizing the community with their renewed presence and commitment to excellence. Gerlach’s Jewelers, 61 Main Street, received Madison’s Magical Moment of the Year Award for an extraordinary event that has captured the hearts and imagination of the community.

The Distinguished Service Award honored Gary Fisch and Gary’s Wine & Marketplace for their unwavering contributions to the Madison community and surrounding areas. “Gary Fisch’s dedication goes beyond providing an exceptional selection of wines and gourmet products; he has actively supported local charities, organized community events, and fostered a spirit of togetherness,” said Sue Whitehorn in her delivery speech. “Through his leadership, Gary’s Wine & Marketplace has become a cornerstone of the community, known for its commitment to quality, service, and philanthropy. This award recognizes Gary’s profound impact on enhancing Madison’s and neighboring communities’ social and cultural fabric.”

The coveted Extra Mile Award, the only Chamber award determined by the general public, honored Lorraine Brites of The Max Challenge Madison this year. “The spirit of this award is embodied in the employees and entrepreneurs who work so hard in Madison’s businesses. They provide superior customer service every day and make doing business in Madison a unique, pleasurable, and rewarding experience,” said Giambra. “The Extra Mile Award gives these extraordinary business people the public recognition they deserve.”

For more information on the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce, click here.

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Frank Cahill
Frank Cahillhttps://www.frankcahill.com
Publisher of Parsippany Focus since 1989 and Morris Focus since January 1, 2019, both covering a wide range of events. Mr. Cahill serves as the Executive Board Member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, President Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town, and Chairman of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board. Owner of the Morris now app serving small business in Morris County.
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