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  • The 3rd Annual Small Business Awards

    We honor 14 Westchester organizations whose successes prove that bigger isn't always better.
  • Thalle Industries

    Thalle Industries rocks—literally. The Briarcliff Manor company has been providing rock and asphalt to cities and construction contractors for more than three decades. CEO/President Glenn Pacchiana knows the family business from the bottom up. “Everything that our guys have done, I’ve done. We treat our employees as we’d want to be treated,” says Pacchiana. “We want them to be here for […]
  • Gallin Beeler Design Studio Architects

    The new sustainably designed US headquarters for the Zwilling J.A. Henckels company in Pleasantville; a sleek house on Long Island’s Gardiners Bay with a second story built entirely of windows; and a sophisticated addition to a healthcare clinic in Peekskill: All are innovative, eco-friendly examples of Pleasantville-based Gallin Beeler Design Studio’s creativity and ingenuity that […]
  • Rey Insurance Agency

    If laughter were truly the best medicine, Linda Rey’s delightful chuckle might help lower your medical insurance premium. She laughs heartily, labeling insurance “a necessary evil,” and recalling how her father, Frank, founded Rey Insurance Agency in 1978. As a first-generation American with Spanish as his first language, Frank Rey built the business by helping […]
  • A.G. Williams Painting Company

    In 1904, Arthur Ratsikas arrived on Ellis Island from Greece, and, in 1906, he founded a small painting company, A.G. Williams. More than a century later, the staff has grown to more than 40 employees, working from service centers in Pelham and Greenwich, Connecticut. “Most people think of a painting contractor as a guy with a bucket […]
  • The Upper Class

    Westchester seniors get to ride in style with The Upper Class, a Mamaroneck-based business offering luxury bus trips to locales in Canada, the Northeast, and down the Appalachians. Since the Lawer family founded the company in 2002, they’ve expanded the number of annual trips from three to 250 and have served more than 40,000 seniors. “The Upper Class was […]
  • Westchester Children's Association

    For more than a century, Westchester Children’s Association (WCA) has been a leading voice for children in Westchester County. Surprisingly, most of the kids it helps have never heard of the organization. That’s because it doesn’t work directly with young people; instead it works to push for laws and projects that help children live healthier, […]
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