Tampa Bay Chamber names Small Businesses of the Year 2022

The Tampa Bay Chamber named the winners of the 2022 Small Business of the Year Awards at a ceremony on Thursday, at Armature Works.

More than 500 attendees gathered to recognize the accomplishments of Tampa Bay’s small business community, at Armature Works, in Tampa.

The 2022 Small Business of the Year Award winners include:

Outstanding Leader: Cammie Chatterton: Bay Food Brokerage

(Read TBBW’s cover story on Cammie Chatterton here.)

Startup: Woodie’s Wash Shack

 5–20 Employees: Fish Window Cleaning

 21–50 Employees: Roger West Creative & Code

 51–250 Employees: Iron EagleX

Companies were evaluated on financial success, community involvement and ethical business practices, according to the Chamber.

This year’s event was presented by Adcock Financial Group and Vistra Communications and represents the 42nd year the Chamber has recognized this key segment of the region’s economy.

TBBW was a proud winner of the 2021 Tampa Bay Chamber Small Business of the Year Award in the category of Startup.


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