Tampa Bay Chamber names Small Business of the Year winners at Armature Works

The Tampa Bay Chamber named the winners of its 41st Annual Small Business of the Year Awards, at Armature Works, Thursday night.

The winners were:

Outstanding Business Leader

Rolfe G. Arnhym, Vistage Florida/Arnhym & Associates

Startup Category

Tampa Bay Business & Wealth

5-20 Category

Decker Therapy Services

21-50 Category

Gulf Tile Distributors of Florida

51-250 Category

Buddy Brew Coffee

Attendees celebrated the accomplishments of Tampa Bay’s small business community and toasted the evening’s big winners. This year’s event was presented by Adcock Financial Group and Vistra Communications and represents the 41st year the Chamber has recognized this segment of the region’s economy.

A full list of all of the finalists can be found here.





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