Business awards: Week of June 9

June 16, 2014 

Lib Wilson of Nicholasville has been recognized by Aflac as the winner of their 2014 Civic Award for the State of Kentucky. This award is for outstanding leadership in your community, civic organizations and being a brand steward for the company. Wilson was selected from 12 nominees throughout the state. Wilson has been an associate for Aflac since 1986.

■ For the third consecutive year, Sonitrol of Lexington has been named the No. 1 top producing Sonitrol office in the U.S.

Scott Green and Bobby Klaiber, sales consultants for Sonitrol of Lexington, were recognized as top producers in multiple sales categories. Green finished eighth in the Recurring Monthly Revenue sales category, and second in the Total Contract Value Category. Eligible in the same award categories, Klaiber finished third in Recurring Monthly Revenue and fourth in Total Contract Value. Klaiber also tied for sixth for the Brave Award, given nationally in the sales category for generating the most leads.

Crystal Newton, marketing coordinator, received the Top Administration Award. Sean Moberly, lead technician, received the Top Technician Award.

Clark Material Handling Co. and its employees were recognized with The Salvation Army's Community Partner Award at a recent luncheon. Clark has been an annual sponsor of the Christmas Day Dinner, LemonAid Days, Angel Tree and the Red Kettle bell ringing campaign for the last five years. In addition to sponsoring these events, Clark employees have provided numerous volunteer hours to The Salvation Army for various tasks such as painting, serving, packing and setup for events.

Adrienne Grizzell, owner and CEO of Management Inc., a for-profit business that works with non-profit organizations, has been accepted into Leadership International, a program that offers travel and leadership study opportunities for women executives to expand their understanding and business acumen as well as network with businesswomen and community leaders around the world. The 2014 program will be held in South Africa.

Grizzell's business was formed in 1999 to provide administration, fundraising, financial management, meeting planning and board development advice to non-profit organizations.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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