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Better Business Bureau Serving the Heart of Texas has announced the winners for the 2020 Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics is six categories based on business size. Winners were selected from among 125 entries, an increase of 43% from 2019.

The winners of each category are:  

  • 1 – 10 employees:
    • Collette Portis & Co. LLC – Arlington
    • Fort Worth Bargain Storage – Fort Worth
    • Trinity Lace Wigs – San Antonio
    • WIN Home Inspection Aledo & Westover Hills – Aledo
  • 11 – 20 employees:
    • Apex Smart Home – San Antonio
    • Karavel Shoe Stores, Inc. – Austin
  • 21 – 40 employees:
    • KCA Services – Boerne
    • FVF Law – Austin
  • 41 – 60 employees:
    • Shafer Services Plus – San Antonio
  • 61 – 99 employees:
    • Champion AC – San Antonio
  • 100+ employees:
    • EMR Elevator, Inc. – Arlington

Winning the Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics is a significant accomplishment for local business owners, the news release said.

“At Bargain Storage, we focus on providing real value for our team and customers and treat people like we want to be treated. We are grateful to be recognized for the 2020 Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics,” Fort Worth Bargain Storage President Barry Raber said in the news release.


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