Bright Spot: Rochester's Top 100
Thursday’s Bright Spot shines on Rochester’s Top 100 Awards.
The program has been a luncheon in previous years. But this year, close to 2,000 people will gather at the Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center for the 30th anniversary of honoring Rochester’s fastest-growing, privately-owned businesses.
Among the 100 honored Thursday night includes Dixon Schwabl. It is number three of the 100, and is also in its 30th year. Lauren Dixon began with $22.11 in the bank, but she and Mike Schwabl have grown the business to be worth more than $7.1 million, with more than 200 clients.
The number two spot goes to Waste Harmonics, drawing on 30 years of experience in effectively handling solid waste and recycling, becoming a leader in advancing green solutions.
Topping this year’s list is Hamilton Stern Construction. With a century of experience in the commercial construction business, the company is recognized for its core values of quality craftsmanship, professional integrity and personal trust.
Our Bright Spot shines on all who made the Top 100 this year, as well as the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce for honoring their success.