Does Your Small Business Deserve a $10,000 Prize?

Nov 21, 2012

What do a Chicago-based event company, a North Dakota home builder, and Justin Beiber all have in common? No, they’re not all Midwesterners—that Beiber kid is from a little farther north. No, they’re all award winners.

Red Frog won the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s DREAM BIG Small Business of the Year Award in 2011, and Heritage Homes did the same in 2012. Don’t know what Bieber won? Ask your kids.

You know how hard your team works, how satisfied your customers are, and how much your company gives back to the community—but does anyone else know? Applying for an award is a great way to give your business the exposure it deserves and can even deliver a prize—a prize like $10,000 the U.S. Chamber of Commerce offers for its DREAM BIG Small Business of the Year Award.

Here are some insider tips to get you started and on your way to winning a small business award and an extra $10K.

See award criteria, eligibility, and levels of recognition here for the 2013 DREAM BIG Small Business of the Year.

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