CINCINNATI (October 19, 2018) – The Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics is always an exciting event, and 2018’s occasion was no different. Held in the Sharonville Convention Center’s Northern Lights Ballroom, BBB Center for Ethics and the participating organizations in attendance lit up the hall like the natural phenomena for which it was named.

This year, four organizations were recognized as winners: A-Pro Southwest Ohio Home Inspection, Cincinnati Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, Clarke Contractors, Inc. and Donnellon McCarthy Enterprises. Ace Exterminating, CareStar, Inc. and Jane R. Mays, D.M.D., Inc. were also acknowledged as honorees.

Torch is a program of BBB Center for Ethics, designed to encourage and celebrate outstandingly ethical organizational practice. All of the finalists involved – Donnellon McCarthy Enterprises included – merited praise for their commitment to operating ethically at all levels.

“We are incredibly heartened to see the number of organizations that have dedicated themselves to a higher standard,” said Corrie McGlothlin, vice president of BBB Center for Ethics. “It shows just how much our local leaders care about their employees, their customers and the community.”

The Center is happy to congratulate the owners and employees of Donnellon McCarthy Enterprises on their win and looks forward to seeing what they do in the future.

The team at Donnellon McCarthy Enterprises was thrilled to be recognized for the organization’s ethical practice and wants to thank those that helped throughout the Torch Awards process. “DME is honored to win this award. We look forward to continuing to do all the right things and great things will continue to happen for DME,” said Jim George, president of Donnellon McCarthy Enterprises.

Donnellon McCarthy Enterprises encourages any local organization interested in the Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics to learn more about the program and apply.

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