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Finalists for Business Person of the Year awards announced

The Small Business Council of Rochester’s annual Business Person of the Year Gala Luncheon will be on Oct. 24.

The gala honors outstanding local business leaders who have made strides to help their company excel at leadership, growth, achievement and community service.

The finalists in the “less than 50 employees” category are: Justin Hamilton and Chris Stern of Hamilton Stern Construction; Dave Perotto of Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home Inc.; Traci Adolph of Samson Fuel; Ellen Brenner and David Boutillier of Fleet Feet Sports; and Christine Vargas of Vargas Associates.

The finalists in the “50 or more employees” category include: Paul Griswold of Finger Lakes Technologies Group Inc.; Donna Shultz of Mirror Show Management; David Scalen of Regional Distributors Inc.; Todd Hoagey of Auction Direct USA; and Steve Carl of Operation Brain Freeze LLC.

The gala is set to begin at 10:45 a.m. at the Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center.

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