The Better Business Bureau Torch Award is highly coveted among businesses. The Torch Award stands for doing what is right ethically in the world of business. Aloha Construction, Inc. has been bestowed with the prestigious honor of winning the 2017 BBB Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.
Only select businesses that have distinguished themselves as an organization that functions in an ethical manner can win the award. Winning the Torch Award shows that a business knows just how important community members, customers, and other stakeholders are to their business and their business’s success. The reason the Better Business Bureau has this award is to promote good ethical business practices because everyone benefits.
Through acts of charity and their company ideal of progressive thinking, Aloha Construction, Inc. has won the 2017 Torch Award. Decided by a panel of 15 judges, the company’s joining with Omni Youth Services, including the all- expense paid shopping spree for needy children, the fact that they sent a child suffering from Congenital Heart Disease and 12 pals of his to a Bull’s game, their teaming up with the Bloomington, Illinois Boys and Girls Club, and also just the many incentive programs that they offer to their employees, are just a few of the many reasons that Aloha Construction, Inc. has won the Torch Award for the year.
The ceremony took place at a luncheon on Thursday, November 16th at the Chicago Marriott O’Hare, the company received the award. The President and CEO, David Farbaky was quoted saying, “We are proud to win this prestigious award… it feels good to be recognized. We work hard and it’s humbling when people notice it. The Torch Award is another way we can show our customers the dedication we have to them.”
Aloha Construction Incorpporated is a company that has been family- owned and running for decades that employs insured and bonded contractors that has been open. They specialize in bringing quality roofing, siding, and gutter installation, repair, and replacement. They proudly serve all of Illinois and southern Wisconsin; they definitely have the Midwest covered.