Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is honored with the 2012 Marvin S. Gilman Award of Excellence

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics was recently named the recipient of the 2012 Marvin S. Gilman Award of Excellence in the 60-150 employees category. The Marvin S. Gilman Superstars in Business Award, named for one of Delaware’s leading small business entrepreneurs, honors businesses and non-profit corporations for their outstanding achievements and model approaches to business and management. The awards are presented to companies that have been in business for at least three years, are small businesses based on number of employees, and are members of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce.

Awards of Excellence are also granted to deserving companies. An Award of Excellence is presented to a runner-up in each category, to recognize and honor exemplary businesses worthy of note.

All of the winners were honored at an awards ceremony November 14, 2012 during a luncheon at the Hotel du Pont’s Gold Ballroom. The keynote speaker was legendary chef, Dan Butler.

A full list of those companies who were recognized includes:

Non-profit category

Winner: The Blood Bank of Delmarva

Award of Excellence: Sunday Breakfast Mission

1-24 Employees Category

Winner: Blooming Boutiques LLC

Award of Excellence: Unique Impressions, INC.

25-59 Employees Category

Winner: Cover & Rossiter, P.A.

Award of Excellence: Community Bank Delaware

60-150 Employees Category

Winner: Emory Hill Co.

Award of Excellence: Back to Basics Learning Dynamics

Pictured: Beverly Stewart and Jeannine Stidham of Back to Basics Learning Dynamics.

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics is the undisputed leader in one-on-one tutoring in Delaware. In addition, the company offers a unique Department of Education-approved K-12 Private School in Wilmington, Delaware and a Delaware Business and Trade Schoolfor ages 16 and older. Back to Basics is the winner of numerous awards for academic and business excellence including the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.

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