Legacy Converting, Inc. has been selected as a finalist in the
Business of the Year 1 - 50 Employees category in the 2011 Business of
the Year awards program. The award program, produced by NJBIZ, New
Jersey's premiere business news publication, is presented by
EisnerAmper, LLP and sponsored by Sun National Bank, K&L Gates and
"We are incredibly proud of being recognized for this prestigious
award," says Jason Slosberg, president of Legacy Converting,
Inc.. "This accolade is a testament to our employees, customers, and
vendors that Legacy's culture of excellence is well received by all. We
have grown significantly, nearly 1300% over the past 3 years, and being
recognized by NJBIZ furthers our committment to a winning combination
of hard work, innovation, and obsessive customer service."
Legacy Converting, Inc. is a New Jersey-based manufacturer that
produces private label and Everwipe branded lines of non-woven and
paper diposable wiping products for the medical, hospitality,
technology, and food service industries.
The Business of the Year awards program celebrates New Jersey's most
dynamic businesses and business leaders who share a commitment to
professional excellence, business growth and the community. Finalists
were selected in six categories: Business of the Year (1-50 Employees),
Business of the Year (51-100 Employees), Business of the Year (100+
Employees), Corporate Citizen of the Year, Executive of the Year and
Emerging Business of the Year.
Finalists and winners were chosen by an independent panel of judges
including: Jerry Creighton, New Jersey Institute of Technology;
David Finegold, Rutgers School of Management and Labor
Relations; Debbie Hart, BioNJ; Tim Lizura, New Jersey Economic
Development Authority and Joan Praiss, New Jersey Technology Council.
For more information about the NJBIZ Business the Year awards program
or to reserve seats to the event, please visit www.njbiz.com/events or
contact Sarah Spangler at firstname.lastname@example.org or (732) 246-5713.
Legacy Converting is business award finalist
Published October 17, 2011