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Regan Young selected for BCCOC “Voice of Business” Award

Regan Young selected for BCCOC “Voice of Business” AwardMount Laurel, 25 January 2008 – The Burlington County Chamber of Commerce (BCCOC) has selected Regan Young, AIA, RYEBREAD President, with their top 2008 “Voice of Business” Award. Regan will be recognized at an Awards Dinner at the Olde York Country Club on 30 April.

The Voice of Business Award is given annually to an individual or company that demonstrates excellence in commitment to the Burlington County business community through enhancement of the County’s image, involvement in civic projects, use of new technologies, and providing leadership in the business community.

In his nomination Letter of Support, Mount Holly Schools Interim Superintendent Walt Keiss wrote, “Regan Young is not only a leader in the architectural business, but he is a true civic leader as well.” The Voice of Business award recognizes his efforts not only as a design professional leading Burlington County’s Best architecture firm (according to readers polls over the past ten years by the Burlington County Times). The award is also for his work with Main Street Mount Holly in revitalizing their downtown, the Rotary Club in establishing First Night, a community New Year’s Eve celebration, and his participation in Leadership New Jersey.

Other 2008 BCCOC awardees include Michael Willmann of WMSH Marketing, CafĂ© Madison, Wegman’s, Family Service, the Burlington County Bridge Commission, Pro Computer Service, Burlington Township Mayor Stephen George, and J. S. Hovnanian.

At the awards ceremony on 30 April, (from left) BCCOC VoB Awards Chair Kelly Trimble of Beneficial Bank, Regan Young, BCCOC Board of Directors Chair Richard J. Pokrass, and BCCOC President/CEO Kristi M. Howell-Ikeda. Photographer: Andrea Torre Brown, The Torre Studios