2019 Sustany Foundation Sustainable Business Award Winner!

Now in its 11th year, the annual Sustany Sustainable Business awards recognize businesses and organizations in the Tampa Bay area that are committed to making a positive impact on the planet. Since 2008, more than 120 businesses have received the award. From small local farms to large corporations, this award honors commitments to social responsibility and environmental stewardship.

Mangrove School of Sarasota was thrilled to be included among the honorees this year!
The Sustany Foundation looks at: how each business contributes to the environmental health of Tampa Bay through sustainable environmental practices, their relationship to the area as well as the world through fair and beneficial business practices for employees, community and supply chain, and their ability to provide a positive economic impact in the Tampa Bay community while aligning sustainability values throughout organization.

We are honored to be recognized amongst such fine company for our commitment to sustainable and humanity focused practices in our school and community, and further inspired by fellow nominees and the incredible activities they are involved in to better our area, and the world!

2019 Sustainable Business Awards by The Sustainy Foundation

Last night we were able to support our client Zildjian Catering and Consulting and Peak Performance Catering at the 2019 Sustainable Business Awards hosted by The Sustany Foundation. We filmed the whole ceremony and decided to put the production together for the Foundation and for the winners to view and share with their friends and families. The event was held at the beautiful and classic Tampa Theatre. Congratulations to all the winners and nominees for a successful and sustainable year of business!…Destination Better, Solar and Energy Loan Fund, Tampa International Airport, A Simpler Place Farm & Market, Florida Native Plants Nursery, Good Vibes Juice Co., The Venice Golf and Country Club, Florida Aquarium, Mangrove School of Sarasota, Raymond James, Publix, Circle Pond Tiny Community, Salt Palm Development, Children's World, Sunshine State, Suncoast Compost, e3 Solutions, Sewn Apart

Posted by MakSchu Productions, LLC on Thursday, May 23, 2019

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