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This special publication and formal recognition event has become the highlight of the business community's calendar. Nominations are submitted in one of seven categories by the public. Each nominee is then put through a stringent independent judging process. The top three finalists are profiled in the special publication in July, with the winner in each category announced at the annual formal banquet at Oasis Convention Center. The culmination of the evening is the announcement of the annual Lifetime Achievement in Business honoree.

Click here to see the 2008 finalists!

Click below to view criteria for the 2008 categories:

• Innovator of the Year

• Entrepreneur of the Year

• Charitable Organization of the Year

• Lifetime Achievement in Business

• Commercial General Contractors

• Engineering Firms

• CPA Firms

Click here to see a list of past Economic Impact honorees. Click here to buy past copies of Economic Impact Awards publications.

Refund cancellations can only be accepted up to 24 hours prior to the event.

Event Date: 7/17/2008

Deadline to purchase tickets: 7/14/2008

Ticket Price: $60.00

Table Price: $500.00

Number at a Table: 10

Contact: For questions, contact Diana Weber at 417-831-3238 or email

Nominees may be self-nominated.

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