Recognizing Good Business

NOW: Recognizing Good Business

The better business bureau's upcoming torch awards will salute the continuum of ethical leadership from the classroom to the boardroom.

CBS 58 will be working with them on the event once again this year.  

Senior Cale Pliska of Franklin High School was one of the 10 recipients to receive the $2,500 Students of Integrity Scholarship.

The scholarships are available to high school seniors that will a attend a two year or four year college in Wisconsin.

There are also six torch award winners, small to large companies and one non-profit. The BBB will also be handing out a new award to two individuals that are passionate about entrepreneurship.

The BBB Torch Awards Luncheon is coming up on May 18th at the Harley-Davidson Museum. CBS 58's Kate Chappell will emcee the luncheon.

Congratulations to all the winners.


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