Teri Hansen, owner and president of Priority Marketing, and Sandy Stilwell, owner and CEO of Stilwell Enterprises & Restaurant Group, will be honored as the newest inductees in the 2017 Business Hall of Fame for Lee County, Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida said in a release.
Hansen and Stillwell will receive thier honors at an award ceremony May 2 at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa in Bonita Springs, the release, posted on the Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce website, said.
The 2017 Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame for Lee County is sponsored by LeeSar and Publix Super Markets Charities. The award, which has been awarded annually since 1999, recognizes entrepreneurs who are role models for the youth in the area, the release said.
Sponsors are need for the awards ceremony, the release said. Diamond sponsorships include entrance to the event and eight seats at a table for $10,000. Platinum level sponsorships are $8,000 and gold level are $5,500. In addition, there are silver sponsorships for $2,000 which includes eight seats and bronze sponsorships for $1,000 which includes four seats. Individual sponsorships can be purchased for $250. Junior Achievement students can attend the event for $125 per ticket.
In addition to sponsorships, Junior Achievement is also looking for people who want to have either a full page or half page ad in the evening’s program. The full page ad is available for $1,000 and the half page ad is available for $500.
For more information, call 239-225-2590 or visit www.JASWFL.org.