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Better Business Bureau Honors Seven Firms
And a Nonprofit for High Ethical Standards

Seven companies and one charity organization were honored Dec. 13 with Torch Awards from the San Diego Better Business Bureau for displaying ethical business practices. Eight others were named as finalists in the 2011 program.

The 2011 BBB Torch Award winners:

A1 Hearing Aid Centers of San Diego

Health Savings Associates Insurance Services of San Diego

Marrokal Design & Remodeling of San Diego

Jackson Design and Remodeling of San Diego

ASI Hastings Heating & Air Inc. of San Diego

Barney & Barney LLC of San Diego

San Diego County Credit Union

Outreach for Humanity of San Diego

Finalists were Royal Rooter Inc. of Oceanside; Dream Design Builders of Rancho Bernardo; ReSource Floors of San Diego and Toyota Certified of Santee; Bill Howe Family of Companies of San Diego and Action Air Conditioning, Heating and Solar of San Marcos; Coles Fine Flooring and Toyota of El Cajon.

The Torch Awards program, held at the  Town and Country Resort Hotel and Convention Center, also honored with scholarships five high school students who wrote essays on the importance of ethics and integrity in the community. The recipients: Andrew Alvarado, a senior at Hilltop High School in Chula Vista ($500); Eduardo De La Toba, a senior at EastLake High School in Chula Vista ($750); Daimen Sagastume, a junior at Monte Vista High School in Spring Valley.($1,000); Lilia Ortiz, a senior at Bonita Vista High School in Chula Vista ($1,250); and Anthony Puzo, a senior at  Carlsbad High School ($1,500).

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