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Nominations Open for Entrepreneurial Awards

The 28th annual Greater Lansing Entrepreneurial Awards

The 28th annual Greater Lansing Entrepreneurial Awards are set to sail for 2022 with a return an indoor venue and celebration.

“We absolutely loved being outside last year; Jackson Field was a terrific venue,” said M3 Group President and CEO Tiffany Dowling. “But we’re excited to return to our more traditional indoor events as well.”

The 2022 event will take place at Eagle Eye Golf Club and Banquet Center on Oct. 6.

“We’ve had extremely successful events at Eagle Eye in the past, and we’re looking forward to the awards in its original format,” said Dowling, who also is publisher for 517 Magazine, sponsor of the annual awards. “In the meantime, we’re opening nominations now — so we encourage the community to show support by nominating extraordinary entrepreneurs who make this region shine.”

Winning categories include Entrepreneur of the Year, Business of the Year, Socially Responsible Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurial Spirit and Nonprofit of the Year. The event team is currently discussing new award opportunities that could launch in 2022-2023.

Nominating a business or nonprofit is simple, visit greaterlansingawards.com and fill out the information online. The nominated business will then be notified and asked to fill out a confidential nominee packet.

Michigan State University Federal Credit Union is a platinum sponsor of this year’s Entrepreneurial Awards. Those interested in becoming a sponsor for this year’s event are encouraged to reach out by calling (517) 203-3333 or emailing info@m3group.biz.


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