Outstanding Members of the East St. Tammany Business Alliance Recognized | Community News in St. Tammany

East St. Tammany Business Alliance Celebrates Outstanding Achievements with Inspirational Awards Gala

On May 7, the East St. Tammany Business Alliance held its annual Business Appreciation Awards at the Harbor Center. The event recognized members and member businesses for their outstanding achievements in various categories.

Tres Co + Monarch Beauty won the Best Curb Appeal Award for enhancing the community with its outward appearance, while Sirincci Coffee Company was honored with the Best New Business Award for its positive impact on the community within three years of operation. Northshore Ace Hardware received the Best Commitment to Spending Local Award for promoting the “Spend Local” concept and supporting local businesses.

Other notable winners included Lowry, Dunham, Case & Vivien who won the Legacy Award for their more than 15 years of excellence and active commitment to the community, In-Telecom was recognized with the Most Innovative Business Award, while Wayne Songy won the Most Active Member Award for his engagement with the Alliance and promotion of local business. E.C.O. Builders received the Most Resilient Business Award for reopening quickly after being affected by recent tornadoes.

Terry Lynn’s Cafe was awarded Best Breakfast Spot, Pizza Platoon was named Best Lunch Spot and Nathan’s Restaurant won Best Dinner Spot, all recognized for their excellent food quality and customer service. Kathy Lowrey received an Outstanding Service & Contribution award and David Kiviaho and Kiisa Corporation received an Above and Beyond award for their dedication and support of the Alliance.

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