Muncie Chamber Celebrates Businesses

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(photo courtesy Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce) (photo courtesy Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce)

The Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce honored more than two dozen member businesses and leaders Wednesday at its annual award luncheon. The chamber says the awards recognized the recipients for the longevity and impact on the community.

Among the honorees is David Heeter, chief executive officer of Mutual Bank, who received the Al Rent Spirit of Muncie Award, which "respected leaders, valued community volunteers, and role models who volunteer for the Chamber." The chamber also presented Sarah McCord of Cardinal Capital Management with the Ambassador of the Year Award.

Chris Caldwell, chairman of the chamber's board of directors, presented Muncie Power Products with the Chairman's Award.

"Muncie Power Products has grown their footprint all over the United States but Muncie remains their corporate headquarters," Caldwell said in a news release. "Muncie Power Products is a strong community supporter and I am pleased to recognize them with this year’s Chairman’s Award."

The chamber also presented its Longevity Award to 25 businesses and organizations in the community. The recipients include:

10+ Years

  • Hoosier Homecare Services
  • Wright Way Collision Repair

15+ Years

  • Dalton and Co. Professional Cleaning Supply
  • Grand Grilling Catering
  • River Garden Bed & Breakfast
  • Soup Kitchen of Muncie
  • The Thompson Group

25+ Years

  • A-1 Graphics
  • AMS Entertainment & Audio/Visual
  • Cardinal Greenway
  • Delaware County Convention and Tourism Commission
  • Frank Brinkman Law
  • Merit Tool & Manufacturing
  • Outfitter

50+ Years

  • Central Indiana Orthopedics
  • Jud Construction
  • Muncie Symphony Orchestra
  • Pizza King
  • Shideler Grain Company

75+ Years

  • Miller Huggins
  • American PineAcre Kennels

100+ Years

  • Ball State University
  • First Merchants Bank NA
  • Muncie Public Library
  • Weber Office Equipment
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