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Nominations For Ethics in Business & Community Awards Are Still Open!

Nominations for the 2013 Ethics in Business & Community Awards are still open! Nominations will be received through the end of Tuesday, January 8th, 2013. The Ethics in Business & Community Awards recognizes individuals, community organizations and businesses that have demonstrated exemplary ethical practices.  Award criteria includes being respectful, fair, honest, striving for justice and

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STAC 2013

Say Thanks Austin – How to Vote!

The time is almost here! Voting for this year’s annual Say Thanks Austin event begins less than a week, on Wednesday, January 2nd! This year, we’ve aimed to make it easier than ever to cast your vote. Anyone with a cell phone, computer or Internet access is encouraged to show their gratitude with a simple “Say Thanks”

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Say Thanks Austin Action

Say Thanks, Austin – Legend Highlights

The annual Say Thanks Austin event is just around the corner, and with voting set to begin on January 2nd, we wanted to introduce you to our 2012 Legends! Laura Orona – January Legend Annie Brandt – March Legend Shelby Romero – April Legend Jeff & Jana Holst – May Legend Joyce White – June Legend John Lorek & Felix

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Ethics in Business & Community Pillars

Now Accepting Ethics in Business & Community Awards Nominations!

We are now accepting nominations for the 2013 Ethics in Business & Community Awards! The Ethics in Business & Community Awards recognizes individuals, community organizations and businesses that have demonstrated exemplary ethical practices.  Award criteria includes being respectful, fair, honest, striving for justice and embracing sustainability.  Awards are given in the following categories: Small Business (5-99

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Say Thanks Austin Action

Say Thanks, Austin Is Almost Here!

The annual Say Thanks, Austin event is just around the corner, and we will again have the wonderful opportunity to celebrate the unsung heroes of Austin, Texas, and call attention to the past year’s RecognizeGood Legends. Anyone with a computer and Internet access is encouraged to show their gratitude for these extraordinary civil servants with

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Jack & Janelle Hadsell

Legends For Life: Jack & Janelle Hadsell

Let me tell you about two remarkable people… Back in 2010, RecognizeGood awarded two extraordinary people, Jack & Janelle Hadsell. Jack Hadsell, 85, has been volunteering since he retired from teaching 30 years ago. He started out throwing small parties at various rest homes where he served drinks and cookies and led the members in singing old songs.

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