Greater Lafayette Commerce has named ServiceMaster Advantage its 2014 Small Business of the Year. The company provides cleaning and disaster restoration services.

January 21, 2015

News Release

Lafayette, Ind. — ServiceMaster Advantage and its Lafayette franchise owners Lisa and Jeff Turner received the Greater Lafayette Commerce 2014 Small Business of the Year Award. It was announced at a reception at Holiday Inn City Centre on Wednesday, January 21.

Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski commended the Turners “on their hard work, their commitment to service and their best move ever, to Lafayette in 2008.” The emergency restoration business opened in 2002 in Delphi, Ind.

“ServiceMaster Advantage does whatever it takes to help minimize interruption, and their trained technicians respond quickly and with integrity and heart,” said Randy Williams of Lafayette Savings Bank, a division of Old National Bank, the award's corporate sponsor.

ServiceMaster Advantage earlier won a Small Business of the Month Award, qualifying it for the Business of the Year competition. The winner was chose from a group of 11 previous monthly winners named from September 2013 through August 2014. Besides ServiceMaster, the monthly winners included Arkor Architects & Engineers, ART of Framing Inc., Dream Dinners, Green Goose Homes, idc, Java Roaster, Kathy's Kandies and Chocolate Lounge, Lafayette Brewing Co., ServiceMaster Advantage, Technical Recruiting Solutions and Tri-N-Run.

Last year's Small Business of the Year winner was Tucker Insurance.

Greater Lafayette Commerce has named Small Business award winners since 1993.

Businesses nominated for the Small Business of the Month award must be privately owned, in business under current ownership at least three years, a Greater Lafayette Commerce member, staffed by 50 or fewer employees and involved in the community.

Headquartered at 337 Columbia St. in Lafayette, Greater Lafayette Commerce (www.greaterlafayettecommerce.com), whose roots go back more than 85 years, is a nonprofit membership organization supported by local industries and governments. Its mission is to advance economic and community prosperity for a superior quality of life.

Source: Greater Lafayette Commerce

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