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Meers Named to KC Business Top Ten
Posted by Meers on Friday | July 6th, 2012
KC Business recently announced the Top 10 Companies for 2012 at a networking reception on June 28 at the historic Firestone Building in Kansas City, Mo. Meers was recognized among the Top 10 with the “Reinvention” award.
“Each year we recognize the Top Companies that are making a difference in Kansas City,” said Dara Macan, president and group Publisher for Anthem Publishing Inc., the parent company of KC Business. “We’re pleased to showcase these impressive local companies and provide them with premier networking events in celebration of their great work. With more than 40 honorees this year, the competition was high.”
Now in its sixth year, Top Companies is open to all companies—large, small, public or private. Local businessmen and woman judge the competition, looking for innovative, well-rounded and growing businesses to round out the Top 10. In addition, the awards highlight companies taking a unique approach to business, while contributing to the community.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to be recognized as a KC Business Top Company, and to be profiled in the current July issue.” said Sam Meers, Meers president and CEO. “Being selected as a Top 10 winner regardless of company size or industry is an amazing accomplishment, and we are very honored and humbled about being part of this year’s group.”
In addition to Meers, the Top 10 Companies for 2012 included:
- Lifestyle – Portfolio Kitchen & Home
- Innovator – K-State University Olathe
- Growth – Perceptive Software
- Reinvention – Meers Advertising
- Empowerment – Truman Medical Centers
- Diversity – DuraComm
- Phoenix – Block Real Estate Services
- Corporate Cool – Gail’s Harley-Davidson
- Community Stewardship – NetStandard
- Originality – Home Rental Services
As one of the Top 10 Companies, Meers is in the running for the overall Top Company recognition, which will be announced at a dinner held on July 26, and profiled in the August issue of KC Business.