July's winner is Cayce Mill Supply Company, located at 2225 Pembroke Road, Hopkinsville. Founded in 1919 by Clinton H. Cayce, the Cayce Family has prided itself on delivering the highest quality and the best value to their customers for over 93 years.
This philosophy has helped them grow into a regional industry leader, distributing a wide range of electrical, plumbing, HVAC, kitchen, bath, and custom Interior products. Cayce Mill Supply currently employs 85 associates and covers most of Western Kentucky and North Central Tennessee.
Please join us in congratulating Cayce Mill Supply Company as the August 2012 Quality Service Award Winner.
Please let us know if you would like your business or another chamber member to be considered as a Chamber of Commerce Quality Service Award winner by emailing Carter Hendricks at email@example.com, or Jennifer Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
June's winner is Jennie Stuart Medical Imaging, located at 110 Nick Terhune Blvd, Hopkinsville. Mary Lea Laster, along with her staff, takes extra care to keep patients comfortable while obtaining the best possible images. They have created a spa-like environment for their female patients that include a separate waiting area and a ladies-only imaging area.
Please join us in congratulating Jennie Stuart Medical Imaging as the June 2012 Quality Service Award Winner.
Please let us know if you would like your business or another chamber member to be considered as a Chamber of Commerce Quality Service Award winner by emailing Carter Hendricks at email@example.com or Jennifer Patterson at jpatterson@hopkinsvillechamber. com.
May's winner is Kroger, located at 1213 Skyline Drive in Hopkinsville. Lisa Whitfield and her staff pride themselves on providing excellent customer service.
April's winner was Little Caesars Pizza, located at 2819 Ft. Campbell Blvd. in Hopkinsville. Russ Guffey and his staff pride themselves on providing excellent customer service.
"This Chamber works to attract new businesses in our community. The staff work to keep us informed about our school system, our industrial/agricultural sectors, and our nonprofits. While most groups focus on one aspect, our Chamber works to enhance the Big Picture."
Roberto Serano, Executive Director of The Boys and Girls Club of Hopinsville-Christian County