Kirkland, WA – Xtreme Consulting won the Silver Award for Business of the Year for Midsized Companies at Seattle Business Magazine’s Community Impact Awards.
The first ever Community Impact Awards honors Washington state businesses and organizations that are making a tangible, measurable impact on their communities. That impact might be the result of any number of activities including job creation, workforce development programs, volunteer efforts, board service or innovative business models that promote social goals.
A panel of judges considered over 130 entries and picked finalists in eight categories, including Nonprofit of the Year, Pro Bono Services, and Business of the Year. Xtreme’s Silver Award for Business of the Year for Midsize Companies demonstrates their overall impact on the community.
Xtreme’s accolades at the event included donating more than $375,000 to over 30 nonprofit organizations in 2013, participating in over 20 fundraising events across the country, and the launch of the Xtreme Cares volunteer program, which supports employee volunteers in various ways.
Xtreme Consulting was recognized alongside some of Seattle’s greatest organizations, including Microsoft, Alaska Air Group, PCC Natural Markets, University Of Washington, and Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream.
See the complete list of categories and winners here: http://seattlebusinessmag.com/article/2014-community-impact-awards
Community Impact Award recipients were honored on October 22, 2014, at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) in front of a sold-out crowd of more than 270 guests.
About Seattle Business
Seattle Business is a monthly magazine read by more than 100,000 business executives across the state. Annual events tied to its editorial coverage include the Executive Excellence Awards, Leaders in Health Care Awards, Washington Manufacturing Awards, 100 Best Companies to Work For Awards, Tech Impact Awards, Community Impact Awards and Family Business Awards. Seattle Business is owned by Minneapolis-based Tiger Oak Publications, which also publishes Seattle magazine, Seattle Bride magazine and more than 20 other leading regional magazines.