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The GSBA announces Seattle’s business and humanitarian award winners.

Lobby Bar owners Curtis Bigelow and Paul Villa, winners of GSBA's New Business Owner of the Year.

The Greater Seattle Business Association, (best known as the GSBA, and for those of you asking, they promote LGBTQ owned businesses for the greater good of the community) has announced the winners of their annual business and humanitarian awards:

The 2010 Business and Humanitarian Awards Recipients are:

Business of the Year:

Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria, Joe Fugere

New Business of the Year:

The Lobby Bar, Curtis Bigelow and Paul Villa

Business Leader of the Year:

Joseph Irons, Irons Brothers Construction

Corporate Citizen:

Jennifer Moran, Carter Subaru and Carter VW

Nonprofit of the Year:

Entre Hermanos

Community Leader of the Year:

Detective Kim Bogucki, Seattle Police Department

President’s Award:

Mike Jaworski, Rain City Web Tech

Special Recognition: Voice for Social Justice:

Major Margaret Witt

Congratulations to all the recipients! And, YOU can help congratulate them as well, by supporting their businesses AND by attending the upcoming Awards Dinner on Thursday, February 24, 2011 at the Seattle Westin Hotel. Go to their website for more information and to register for the event.

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