Priority Marketing was named the 2019 Business Ethics Award recipient during the Uncommon Evening gala of the Uncommon Friends Foundation. The event was held Nov. 14 at the Burroughs Home & Gardens in Fort Myers. Finalists included Allyn International and Sanibel Captiva Community Bank.
Priority Marketing was established in 1992 by Teri Hansen. It is a full-service marketing, advertising, public relations, social media and digital marketing firm with a reputation for achieving results. Today, Priority Marketing serves a diverse array of businesses, nonprofits, government agencies and individuals throughout the U.S. with a comprehensive array of marketing services.
The Business Ethics Award is presented annually to a business that exemplifies a high standard of ethical leadership in today’s business. The finalists and CEOs of Lee and Collier businesses participated in a Business Ethics Roundtable on Oct. 30 at Florida Gulf Coast University.
During the Uncommon Evening, Alexander (Alex) Bremner was presented with the Honorary Life Membership/Lifetime Achievement Award, Julia Parada was recognized as the Champion Teacher and 26 students received scholarships.
The presenting sponsor of this year’s event was Storm Smart. Other major sponsors included Burroughs Home Room, Henderson Franklin, Allyn International, FGCU, Waste Pro, Edison National Bank, LCEC and McGriffin. Table sponsors included Alex and Eunice Bremner, City of Fort Myers, CRS Technology, Eric Dent, Gary Eskin, Florida Weekly, News-Press, Northern Trust, Priority Marketing, Kevin Ruane, Sanibel Captiva Community Bank and Wayne Smith. Angel sponsors of scholarships included CDM Smith Consulting, Conditioned Air, Melisa Giovanelli, Lee County Sheriff’s Office and Catherine Morgan.
About the Uncommon Friends Foundation
The Uncommon Friends Foundation, established in 1993, is dedicated to lifelong character building among today’s youth and business leaders, as it inspires future leaders toward excellence of character, a spirit of innovation and a sense of purpose. Additional information about the foundation may be obtained by calling 239-337-9503 or visiting UncommonFriends.org.