Prairie Family Business Association Hosts Legacy Tour Award Presentation
Following the legacy tour, an award reception will be held at the Courtyard Marriott Moorhead beginning with a social at 5:30 p.m. Dinner and the award presentation will follow.
Serenity Assisted Living, Inc. in Dilworth, Minnesota, is being honored as the 2016 recipient of the Edward Shorma Award.
The Edward Shorma Excellence in Family Business Award was established in 2015, to acknowledge and celebrate the importance of family-owned businesses to the economy and the region. This award recognizes multi-generational family businesses with practices and policies that positively impact local business, as well as the neighboring community.
To purchase tickets, please visit Prairie Family Business Association’s website or call 605-274-9530.
Prairie Family Business Association was founded in 1993 as a South Dakota family business initiative through the University of South Dakota Beacom School of Business with the mission of enhancing the long-term survival and success of its family business members. This year is the 25th anniversary of Prairie Family Business Association.
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