The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Alliance announced this year’s Superstars in Business award winners, who will be recognized at an awards ceremony Nov. 7 at Hotel du Pont, 42 W. 11th St., Wilmington.

The Marvin S. Gilman Superstars in Business Award, celebrating its 20th anniversary, is named for one of Delaware’s small business entrepreneurs. The award honors businesses and nonprofit organizations for their achievements and model approaches to business and management. The awards are presented to companies that have been in business for at least three years, are small businesses based on number of full-time employees and are members of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce. Awards of Excellence are also granted to deserving companies.

The Delaware Humane Association, winner in the nonprofit category, is Delaware’s nonprofit no-kill animal care and adoption center, serving a four-state area. DHA strives to promote the humane values of protection, care and compassion for all living things.

Promo Victory, winner in the 1-24 employee category, is a strategic promotional marketing company that creates innovative custom-branded merchandise and apparel. Promo Victory provides screen printing, embroidery, laser engraving and debossing. They serve clients nationwide and ship worldwide.

Cover & Rossiter, winner in the 25-59 employee category, is a certified public accounting and advisory firm. Services they provide include tax compliance and accounting, audit, estate and trust planning and outsourced accounting and bookkeeping services. Cover & Rossiter serves individuals, families, trusts, nonprofits, corporations, small businesses and captive insurance companies.

Kuehne Co., winner in the 60-150 employee category, is a producer of sodium hypochlorite — bleach — used primarily in water treatment. Kuehne is a supplier of sodium hypochlorite in the Mid-Atlantic region, supplying bleach to most of the major water and wastewater municipalities.

Awards of Excellence were given to Exceptional Care for Children, nonprofit category; Holmes Smith Consulting Services Inc., 1-24 employee category; Ferris Home Improvements, 25-59 employee category; and Home Instead Senior Care, 60-150 employee category.

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