Mitro Digital Marketing Wins ESBY Award 2015

Mitro Digital Marketing was the proud recipient of the Entrepreneur and Small Business of the Year Award with fewer than 10 employees presented to by the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce. The Entrepreneur and Small Business of the Year Awards (ESBY Award 2015) Luncheon took place at the Sea Ranch Resort in Kill Devil Hills, NC, on the Outer Banks, where Mitro Digital Marketing is based.

MDMEach year, members of the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce are nominated by their peers, local clients and customers. Mitro Digital Marketing was nominated and there was broad support for MDM across the local business community.

The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest in North Carolina and currently has more than 1,000 members. The chamber also presented awards to entrepreneurs in the categories of solopreneur, 10 or less employees, and 10 or more employees.

I’m so thankful for my entire team and my family for all the support in helping make this business so successful and this award possible. I couldn’t have done it without them.

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