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Updated: 06/04/2014 08:52:04AM

Chamber honors businesses at annual banquet

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Left to right are student Ronny Ebanks and Matthew Rheingans, chairman of the Loveland Board, accepting the Non-Profit/Not-for-Profit award from sponsor Teri A Hansen, CEO & president of the Gulf Coast Community Foundation, with co-host Steve Griese in the background.

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State College of Florida sponsored the Small Business, and Darlene Wedler-Johnson presented the winner Joe Garbade of Tax Center with the plaque.

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Winner of the Medium Business Class Wayne Welsh, owner of Venice Shores Realty, receives his award from Gerald J. Cavanaugh, CPA of Cavanaugh & Company.

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Left to right are R.G Kelly Caldwell, CEO & president of Caldwell Trust Company, which received the Large Business award plaque from Jim Kuhlman, representing sponsor Stonegate Bank. In the background is Tiffany Steffees, co-host.

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Pictured are Venice Area Chamber of Commerce members and guests at the Business of the Year Awards event.

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April and Steve Burnett, owners of Burnett 1-800 Painting, accept the Young Professionals award plaque from Melinda Mudge of sponsor Harbor Chase.

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Representing Loveland Center, proud winners of the Non-Profit/Not-for-Profit award, student Shea Becker stands with Matthew Rheingans, chairman of the Loveland Board, and student Ronnie Ebanks.

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Joe Garbade and John Butler of the Tax Center hold the Small Business Award.

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Wayne Welsh, owner of Venice Shores Realty, holds the Medium Business Class award.

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Wendy Fishman, R.G. Kelly Caldwell hold the Large Business of the Year award plaque with Lee Thacker representing Caldwell Trust Company.

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April and Steve Burnett, owners of Burnett 1-800 Painting, hold the Young Professionals award plaque.

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The winners of the 2014 Venice Area Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year awards from left to right are R.G. Kelly Caldwell of Caldwell Trust Company; Wayne Welsh of Venice Shores Realty; student Shea Becker with Matthew Rheingans, chairman of the Loveland Board, and student Ronnie Ebanks; April and Steve Burnett, owners of Burnett 1-800 Painting; and Joe Garbade and John Butler of the Tax Center.

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enice Area Chamber of Commerce Chairman Victoria Newman, owner of Sunshine Shutter Gallery, stands at the podium.

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Venice is their top place, agreed all the owners of businesses when accepting awards at the Venice Area Chamber of Commerce 2014 Annual Business of the Year.

The city is tops for business, working environment, employee camaraderie, customer appreciation, services to the community and the best place to live, they said.

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