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ConServe receives 2017 BBB Torch Award for Ethics

ConServe—a dba of Continental Service Group Inc.—has been awarded the 2017 BBB Torch Award for Ethics by the Better Business Bureau of Upstate New York.

ConServe is a provider of accounts receivable management services.

“ConServe has always conducted business in a manner consistent with improving the human condition,” President Mark Davitt said. “Our commitment to ethics and compliance is steadfast and unwavering…in fact, they are the very cornerstones of our success.”

The award is given to for-profit and nonprofit enterprises that have the highest standards of leadership character and organizational ethics.

“BBB is proud to honor ConServe with the 2017 Torch Award for Ethics,” said Warren Clark, president and CEO of BBB serving Upstate New York. “ConServe was selected by an independent panel of judges based on an extensive application process. ConServe exemplifies what BBB stands for: Ethics and trustworthiness in the marketplace.”

The award also is given to companies that have cultivated a high level of trust among their employees, customers and their communities, BBB said.

“This recognition is extremely meaningful in that it confirms in the marketplace the values we have consistently championed,” Davitt said.

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