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Plainfield Chamber Names Award Winners

Plainfield Chamber Ambassador of the Year Katie Conrad (left) with board members Amy Denniger and Matt Schimanski. Credit: Plainfield Area Chamber of Commerce
Plainfield Chamber Ambassador of the Year Katie Conrad (left) with board members Amy Denniger and Matt Schimanski. Credit: Plainfield Area Chamber of Commerce
Last week, Plainfield Area Chamber of Commerce officials recognized 2013's outstanding businesses.

The following businesses were honored at the Jan. 15 "State of the Village" luncheon:

  • 2013 Ambassador of the Year – Katie Conrad – Coffee News
  • 2013 Retail Business of the Year – Peter Rubi
  • 2013 Not for Profit of the Year – Plainfield Riverfront Foundation
  • 2013 Professional Service Business of the Year – Northern Insurance Services, Ltd.
  • 2013 Restaurant of the Year – Tap House Grill – Plainfield
  • 2013 Government Office of the Year – Plainfield Fire Protection District
  • 2013 Home-Based Business of the Year – Coffee News

 

Vicky Polito January 22, 2014 at 06:17 PM
This was a great group of winners! Thanks to them for being such positive forces for Plainfield.
Tim January 22, 2014 at 07:20 PM
Is there a way we can nominate the Plainfield Patch/Shannon for 2014? Best locally run website of the year perhaps?
Joel Settecase January 23, 2014 at 10:21 AM
Congrats to all the winners! We're happy to have you all here in town!
joe January 23, 2014 at 11:03 AM
Plainfield is a great place to reside, and I love the Down Town area along with the diversified eatery's. What makes it work are the people who care, and take pride it what they do. I look forward when warm weather is the norm, car shows, and sitting outside when dinning, watching the people of Plainfield walk by. Now I look at the wind chill factors and wonder why I sold my Naples Condo, and my great little Cessna 182 that took me there. Why did I do that???????????
Plainfield Independent January 23, 2014 at 11:35 AM
I love my Village but I fear its governement.

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