Sugarloaf Ballet has been recognized as one of the top businesses in metro Atlanta with a nomination for a 2015 IMPACT Regional Business Award, presented by BB&T. “The IMPACT Regional Business Awards celebrate premier organizations in critical industries that are driving economic development and job creation, while enhancing our quality of life,” said Dr. Dan Kaufman, President & CEO of the Gwinnett Chamber.
Sugarloaf Ballet is a nonprofit performing company founded by Lori Zamzow-Wire with a mission to professionally inspire young artists through excellence in performing arts education. Sugarloaf Ballet includes student, pre-professional and college level companies, and gives over $20,000 each year in scholarships for students in financial need. “We are incredibly honored to be nominated for this award,” said Sugarloaf Ballet Artisitic Director Lori Zamzow-Wire, “We believe in the power of the performing arts to not only transform individual lives but also uplift the entire community, and that is why we are committed to providing professional instruction and productions in Gwinnett and the entire Metro-Atlanta area.”
The IMPACT Regional Business Awards will take place on Thursday, May 13th at Gwinnett Center. For more information, visit impactbusinessawards.com.