Capitol Concierge Wins 2012 National Capital Business Ethics Award
WASHINGTON, DC, October 29, 2012 – Capitol Concierge, the nation’s largest provider of concierge services, has won the prestigious 2012 National Capital Business Ethics Awards (NCBEA), presented annually to recognize organizations that maintain the highest standards of civic and social responsibility, integrity and ethical conduct.
Nominees are judged based on a strong corporate focus on ethics ingrained in the philosophy of the company; on everyday practices of the CEO, management, and employees; and by staff and employee data demonstrating ethical behavior and business practices.
“At the NCBEA ceremony, we heard numerous testimonials from our clients about the impact Capitol Concierges make every day for them, vastly improving their lives while always maintaining a smile and positive attitude,” said Lynda Ellis, President, Owner & CEO. “This is their award, and I could not be prouder of my incredible team.”
In 2011, Capitol Concierge was nominated and recognized as a Finalist in the Large Business category, an important distinction in itself. The application and judging process take several months and involve numerous interviews with employees and clients of the nominated firms.
“Capitol Concierge matches the service orientation of what I want my company to have,” said Judge Michelle Westermann-Behaylo, J.D., Ph.D., in presenting the award. “What they add are customer service, accountability and passion.” These were comments not by the judges but by companies that do business with Capitol Concierge.
The award was announced at the NCBEA gala last Thursday, October 25.