Complete Auto Repair, Jefferson Center for Mental Health recognized for ethics

Rotary Club of Golden hosts its 14th annual Ethics in Business Awards on May 3

Posted 5/6/19

The Rotary Club of Golden hosted its 14th annual Ethics in Business Awards Luncheon on May 3. Each year, the club takes nominations from the community, with the requirement being that the …

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Complete Auto Repair, Jefferson Center for Mental Health recognized for ethics

Rotary Club of Golden hosts its 14th annual Ethics in Business Awards on May 3

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The Rotary Club of Golden hosted its 14th annual Ethics in Business Awards Luncheon on May 3.

Each year, the club takes nominations from the community, with the requirement being that the organization operates or serves Jefferson County. The nominees are then contacted and asked to submit an essay that highlights its ethical practices. Colorado School of Mines ethics students evaluate the submissions and follow a criterion for the final selection of the winner.

2019 Ethics in Business winners

For-profit: Complete Auto Repair, 12301 W. Center Ave., Lakewood

“It's an honor for an auto repair shop to receive an ethics award. We're looking to change the image of the industry as a whole.” — Shaunda Hosier, manager.

Nonprofit: Jefferson Center for Mental Health, 4851 Independence St. #200, Wheat Ridge

“We strive internally to make sure that our actions match our values through every action we make in the community. It's an honor for our community to recognize that.” — Kiara Kuenzler, CEO.

2019 Ethics in Business runners-up

For-profit: Natural Grocers, multiple locations in Jefferson County

Nonprofit runner-up: Foothills Art Center, 809 15th St., Golden

2019 Ethics in Business nominees

For-profit nominees:

Barrels & Bottles Brewery, 600 12th St. #160, Golden

Connects Workspace, 1301 Arapahoe St. Suite 105, Golden

Euro-Tech Automotive, 15866 W. Seventh Ave., Golden

Golden City Brewery, 920 12th St., Golden

Powder7.com, 880 Brickyard Circle, Golden

Spyderco, 820 Spyderco Way, Golden

Nonprofit nominees:

Golden Landmarks Association, 805 14th St., B, Golden

Golden Visitors Center, 1010 Washington Ave., Golden

Leadership Golden, various locations

Miners Alley Playhouse, 1224 Washington Ave., Golden

Neighborhood Rehab Project/Be A Tool, Day of Service in Golden, Arvada, Idaho Springs and Englewood

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