CINCINNATI—Recipients for this year’s Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Deal Maker Awards, hosted by ACG’s Cincinnati Chapter, have been chosen and include some of the tri-state region’s most progressive and innovative organizations and individuals. This year’s recipients will be recognized at the formal Deal Maker Awards program, presented by Huntington Bank, on May 16 from 5:00 to 8:30 pm at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Cincinnati.
This year’s Deal Maker Award recipients in their respective categories are:
- Corporate: AMPAC; Pro Mach, Inc.; Hillenbrand, Inc.; and Home Care by Black Stone
- Entrepreneur: Rick Maxwell, President & CEO, Full Service Networking
- Financier/Service Provider: The Brandery; and Northcreek Mezzanine
The ACG Deal Maker Awards program recognizes significant achievements of corporations, entrepreneurs, and service providers who have been successful in their pursuit of corporate growth through acquisition, joint venture, and/or divestiture transactions. Those who attend the Deal Maker program typically include business owners, high-level executives, and professionals from the Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, Dayton and Southeast Indiana region’s small businesses, middle-market companies, and large corporations, as well as corporate growth professionals from the tri-state’s leading financial institutions and private equity, law, accounting and advisory firms.
Sponsors for this year’s program include Huntington Bank (Presenting Sponsor), Baker Hostetler, Rippe & Kingston, Robert Half (Gold Sponsors) and Cooney, Faulkner & Stevens (Wine Sponsor).
For more information about ACG Cincinnati and the 2012 Deal Maker Awards program or to register, visit www.acgcincinnati.org, or call (866) 500-2242.
Founded in 1954, the Association for Corporate Growth (“ACG”), www.acg.org, is a global organization with 56 chapters and over 14,000 members. Doing business is at the heart of the ACG membership experience. Chapters in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Asia bring dealmakers together to help them achieve their business and professional goals. Seventy-five percent of ACG members report that they have done business with fellow members. This return on investment has made ACG the most trusted and respected resource for middle-market dealmakers and business leaders who invest in growth and build companies. Face-to-face events, online tools, structured networking opportunities, exclusive member benefits and leading-edge market intelligence provide ACG members with powerful business-building resources. Private equity professionals, investment bankers and intermediaries, attorneys, auditors and accountants, lenders, corporate development officers, company leaders and others focused on the middle market make ACG your resource for opportunities, capital and services. ACG brings together every segment of the growth community. The Cincinnati Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (“ACG Cincinnati”), www.acgcincinnati.org, was formed in 1993. Currently, the organization’s 300+ members represent some of Greater Cincinnati’s and Northern Kentucky’s leading corporations, investment banks, accounting firms, law firms, financial institutions, consultancy firms, private equity firms, and other business enterprises.