Friday, November 7, 2014

MLGW receives accolades at local BENNY Awards

Recently, the Black Business Association of Memphis celebrated 40 years of service to the Memphis community and held its annual Black Entrepreneurship and Networking Needs You Awards luncheon.

At the event, MLGW was recognized as the Outstanding Business in Purchasing for its efforts in minority and women-owned business spending and inclusion in the supply chain. In addition, Jozelle Booker, MLGW Manager of Procurement and Contracts, was recognized as an Outstanding Business Professional for her work in promoting women- and minority-owned business inclusion in the procurement of goods and services at MLGW and throughout the Memphis community.

The BENNY Awards recognize superior achievement in business by minority and women owned businesses and by supportive corporations.

Left to right: Roby S. Williams, Black Business Association President; Jozelle Booker; Board Commissioners Derwin Sisnett and Rick Masson; and MLGW President and CEO Jerry Collins Jr.

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