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Sunday, February 24, 2019

Presenting the 31st Annual Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

Since 1988, Arkansas Business has honored the state's top executives, small businesses and nonprofits with the annual Arkansas Business of the Year Awards.


Readers make nominations and an independent panel of judges selects the winners.


The winners will be announced at a special banquet March 6 at the Little Rock Marriott Ballroom inside the Statehouse Convention Center. The reception begins at 6 p.m. with dinner starting at 7 p.m. 


Profiles of each of this year's finalists are listed below.


You can also go directly to the special section and find past finalists and winners.

LEGACY OF LEADERSHIP


Tommy May
Simmons First Foundation


CATEGORY I (1-30 EMPLOYEES)


Acorn Influence LLC
Carson Physical Therapy
iProv LLC
Jones & Co. Ltd.
We Are Few LLC


CATEGORY II (31-55 EMPLOYEES)


ImageWorks Commercial Interiors
Moix Recreational Vehicles
Movista LLC
OJ’s Commercial Cleaning


CATEGORY III (56-100 EMPLOYEES)


Cromwell Architects Engineers Inc.
Medic One LLC
Rainwater Holt & Sexton
Stone Bank
Team SI


CATEGORY IV (101-499 EMPLOYEES)

Oaklawn Jockey Club
Trinity Multifamily
Window Mart


NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by AT&T


Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance
Healthy Connections Inc.
Mainline Health Systems Inc.
SHARE Foundation


NONPROFIT EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by AT&T


Lynn Blankenship, Cooperative Christian Ministries & Clinic
Nicole Lashbrook, St. Joseph’s Helpers of Pulaski County
Micheal Sullivan, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Jonesboro


BUSINESS EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR


Marty Casteel, Simmons Bank
Ryan Kibler, Medic One LLC
Alan Morse, Ritter Communications
Sharon Tallach Vogelpohl, Mangan Holcomb Partners/Team SI
Dan Williams, Garver


SMART GIVING AWARDS
Sponsored by Arkansas Community Foundation


Kinco Constructors
United Bank
Wright Lindsey Jennings