ICC Restoration & Cleaning Services has been named a winner of the Torch Award for Ethics presented by the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota, according to a press release. Three total awards were given, with each winner representing a category based on the number of employees in the company. ICC was named winner in the “Category II (11-50 employees)” group.
The winners were announced and the awards presented during a luncheon ceremony last week at the McNamara Center on the University of Minnesota’s Minneapolis campus. Over 250 business owners and community leaders attended the prestigious event, along with the 11 companies who had been selected as finalists for the award.
In his acceptance speech, ICC President, Tom Laska, reflected on the history of the company and the significance of the award.
“When I look down at this award, I think about the 10,000 properties and even more importantly, the 10,000 plus people we've helped over the last 25 years,” he said. “People that we've touched during what can be one of the most devastating moments in their lives. It’s gratifying for our team to be recognized for the care and treatment that we've shown each of those people over the years. Because that's what it's about- the people we help, day in and day out. We look forward to continuing into the next 25 years and exemplifying all the reasons why we won this award today.”
In 2013, ICC Restoration & Cleaning Services placed as one of 12 finalists for the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North DakotaTorch Award for Ethics.
For more information about ICC Cleaning and Restoration, visit its website at www.icchelps.com.