Business Citizenship Finalists
Business Citizenship Finalists (Small)
Cushman & Wakefield
What began as a small family business in New York is now a commercial real estate company with a solid foothold across the globe, with 400 offices in approximately 70 countries employing 48,000 people. And from Silver Court in Shanghai to the Sears Tower in Chicago to all that comes next, Cushman & Wakefield’s clients are at the center of all they do.
Edison National Bank
Founded in 1997, Edison National Bank, and its Bank of the Islands offices, is the oldest locally owned and managed independent community bank in Lee County. Dedicated to providing genuine personal services and on-site decision making, the company has an undeniable interest in the future growth and well-being of the community they serve.
Pushing The Envelope
Pushing the Envelope is an communications and PR firm. They help businesses grow through strategic marketing communication and focuses on strategies and creativity to develop marketing campaigns that do more than “look good” – they work. They serve as a virtual marketing department, implementing all the plans down to the most detailed tactic (so you don’t have to).
Business Citizenship Finalists (Large)
Crown Roofing was founded out of the realization of the need for a company that could fill an ever-expanding gap in the market. Customers are demanding low pricing but are unwilling to sacrifice service and quality. Each owner of the organization came to Crown Roofing with unique sets of skills and years of experience in the marketplace. Crown Roofing has managed multimillion dollar roofing operations for over 10 years and collectively have more than 35 years of roofing and corporate management experience.
LCEC provides reliable, cost-competitive electricity to customers throughout Southwest Florida. LCEC’s values are deep-rooted in the community and focus on safety, quality customer service, integrity, diversity, respect, teamwork, accountability and stewardship.
Pavese Law Firm
With years of experience serving Southwest Florida, Pavese has become well known for having a hand in helping shape the growth of the region and has participated in the substantial growth of Southwest Florida. The company was involved in many infrastructure projects that transformed Southwest Florida into a thriving region, from the building of major roads and bridges, to initiating Lee County’s water and sewer systems. The firm continues to participate in large regional projects as well as serving individuals, families, small businesses and large corporations.