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GSI Members Among the Best of the Best

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Inland Business Catalyst Magazine recently came out with its B2B “Best of” Awards. We were glad to see a lot of our members recognized. Readers of the magazine nominated companies and individuals in a number of categories.

Here are the GSI members included:

Best Accounting Firm:
Gold: Fruci & Associates
Silver: CliftonLarsonAllen
Bronze: McDirmid, Mikkelsen and Secrest

Best Collection Agency:
Silver: Automated Accounts

Best Law Firm or Lawyer:
Bronze: Witherspoon-Kelley

Best Credit Card Processing Company:
Gold: CashLINQ Group
Silver: Sphyra

Best Business Banking:
Gold: Washington Trust
Silver: Sterling Bank
Bronze: Banner Bank

Best Credit Union:
Gold: STCU
Silver: Numerica Credit Union
Bronze: Global Credit Union

Best Employment/Temporary Staffing Agency:
Gold: Humanix
Silver: Provisional Staffing
Bronze: Accountemps

Best Commercial Real Estate Company:
Gold: Goodale & Barbieri
Silver: NAI Black
Bronze: Century 21 Beutler & Associates

Best Business Insurance Firm:
Gold: Moloney + O’Neill

Best Office Supply Business:
Gold: Kershaw’s
Bronze: Office Depot

Best Office Furniture:
Gold: Davis Office Furniture
Bronze: Contract Design Associates

Best Promotional Products:
Gold: Zome Design
Bronze: Adventures in Advertising

Best Maintenance & Janitorial Service:
Gold: Jan-Pro Northwest
Silver: Cleanworks

Best Office/Interior Design Company:
Gold: Hurtado | Hissong Design Group (HDG)
Silver: Design Source
Bronze: Contract Resource Group

Best Gift Basket / Gift Service:
Gold: Simply Northwest
Silver: Graceful Gift Baskets

Best Clothing Store for Business Apparel:
Gold: Anderson & Emami

Best Sign Company:
Gold: Baldwin Signs
Silver: Signs for Success

Best Business Security Providers:
Gold: Allied Fire and Security
Bronze: ADT

Best Business Start-up:
Bronze: Patit Creek

Best High Tech Firm:
Gold: Telect
Silver: Interlink
Bronze: Next-IT

Best Engineering Firm:
Gold: DCI Engineers
Silver: Coffman Engineers
Bronze: TD&H Engineering

Best Commercial Architecture Firm:
Gold: NAC Architecture
Bronze: ALSC

Best Commercial Photographer:
Gold: Dean Davis
Silver: Don Hamilton

Best Commercial Construction Company:
Gold: Lydig Construction
Silver: Baker Construction
Bronze: Garco Construction

Best Advertising Agency:
Bronze: Quisenberry

Best Print Design Business:
Gold: Klundt | Hosmer

Best Web Design Business:
Bronze: Zipline Interactive

Best Public Relations Agency:
Gold: Desautel Hege Communications

Best Computer Repair Business:
Silver: Strong Solutions

Best Telecommunications Firm:
Gold: CenturyLink

Best Restaurant for a Business Lunch:
Gold: Palm Court Grill
Silver: Spokane Club
Bronze: Max at Mirabeau

Best Catering Business:
Gold: Red Rock Catering

Best Event Facility:
Gold: Spokane Convention Center
Silver: The Lincoln Center

Best Place to Hold a Company Party:
Gold: The Davenport Hotel
Silver: Northern Quest Resort & Casino
Bronze: Glover Mansion

Best Local Businessman:
Gold: Walt Worthy
Silver: Jerry Dicker
Bronze: David Black

Best Local Businesswoman:
Gold: Nancy Nelson
Bronze: Melissa Murphy

Best Wholesale Coffee Services:
Gold: Coffee Systems, Inc.

Best Networking Events:
Gold: Greater Spokane Incorporated (aw, thanks!)
Silver: Bozzi Media

Best Travel Agency:
Gold: Travel Leaders

Best Trade Show Displays:
Gold: Zome Design
Silver: Skyline Inland Northwest

Best Printing Company:
Gold: Plese Printing
Silver: Lawton Printing
Bronze: Ross Printing

Congrats to all who were recognized!

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