Fast Lane Clothing Nominated for Small Business of the Year Award
Tampa-based Fast Lane Clothing Company has been named a semi-finalist for the Small Business of the Year Award from the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce. The supplier was nominated by Andrew Cohen, president and CEO of Vertical IT Solutions.
“Here at Toucan Dance we are thrilled and honored to be considered for such a celebrated award,” said Lori Davis, president and CFO. “It’s been our top priority for over two decades to take care of our distributors and their clients. We do this by offering exceptional customer service and unique products that make extraordinary promotions. We are so grateful to be recognized for these efforts.”
Fast Lane Clothing boasts two national clothing lines: Toucan Dance and Scrub Nation. Toucan Dance specializes in men’s and ladies’ Hawaiian camp shirts, and offers 12 different exclusive in-stock tropical print fabrics, which are both imprint and embroidery-ready. Offering the same custom cut, sew and print options for medical attire, Scrub Nation includes custom scrubs, scrub caps, thyroid collars and stethoscope covers with free custom imprints.
Since 1981, the Small Business of the Year Award has been given to superior Tampa Bay area small businesses that best represent successful entrepreneurship. Selection criteria includes company history and philosophy, management, innovation, response to adversity, leadership, and community contributions. Past winners include Outback Steakhouse, The Bank of Tampa and Stellar Partners. This year’s winners will be announced and honored at the Small Business Awards Dinner on September 22, 2006 at the Tampa Convention Center.
For more information, visit www.ToucanDanceDC.com or www.ScrubNationDC.com