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2015 Good 'Burger Winners Announced
Date:  9/3/2015
ArticleType:  Chamber News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Morgan Brochetti
Marketing Coordinator
Phone: 727-388-2908
Email: mbrochetti@stpete.com

2015 GOOD ‘BURGER AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED

SEPTEMBER 3, 2015 | St. Petersburg, FL – The St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce ® celebrated the best of St. Pete this evening and revealed the 2015 Good ‘Burger winners at Jannus Live in Downtown St. Petersburg.

The 2015 Good ‘Burger Awards, presented by Florida Print Solutions celebrated a total of nine categories, including the newest addition of People’s Choice; where voters wrote in a ‘burger that they felt deserved recognition, even if they had not been included in the original nominee list.

Congratulations to the winners in each of the following categories:

Arts & Culture: Museum of Fine Arts

Eats & Treats: Bella Brava

Hot Spots & Hangouts: 3 Daughters Brewing

Community Conscious: Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County

Cool Company Small: I Love the ‘Burg

Cool Company Medium: Kahwa Coffee

Cool Company Large: Fidelity Information Systems

MVB - "Most Valuable Burger": Anthony Holloway

People’s Choice: SPSC Crossfit

Advertised as the most unexpected community event of its kind, the Awards featured surprise performances from local artist Ya La’Ford, the Lakewood High School Band, and Raymond from the Tampa Bay Rays. The unanticipated presentation format also surprised attendees with fire breathing bartenders, a zombie themed flash mob and flying paper planes announcing the final award winner.

About the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce®

The St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce®, originally founded in 1899, now serves almost 1,000 member businesses. Finding ways to create and enhance opportunities to do business in St. Petersburg, the Chamber works to improve the local economic climate and to build a thriving business environment. The Chamber is the voice of local business in St. Petersburg, providing leadership on important business and community issues.

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