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Ninth annual American Business Awards looking for entries

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February 8, 2011– As the U.S. economy rebounds, employees and executives are working harder than ever before. In order to shine a spotlight on the organizations, individuals and teams that strive for excellence in the workplace each day, the Stevie® Awards today issued the call for entries for its Ninth Annual American Business Awards.

The American Business Awards are the only all-encompassing awards program that honors outstanding performances in the American workplace. All organizations operating in the U.S. are eligible to submit nominations – public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small. The entry deadline is March 31 and late entries will be accepted through April 27 with a late fee. The 2011 awards will honor work since the beginning of 2010, and the awards will be announced on June 20 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City. Entry details are available at http://www.stevieawards.com/aba/.

Nominations are accepted in various categories groups including management awards, public relations awards, marketing awards,new product awards, HR awards, IT awards, web site awards, and more. New categories in 2011 include Executive of the Year – Health Products & Services and Best New Product or Service of the Year – Health Products & Services, and more than 40 new Marketing Campaign of the year categories.

“The American Business Awards offer individuals and organizations the recognition they deserve for achievements in the workplace,” said Michael Gallagher, president of the Stevie Awards. “Each year our judges recognize organizations large and small, from the world’s most famous companies to mom-and-pop startups, and I think 2011 is going to offer many stories of remarkable and inspiring achievement.”

The 2011 American Business Awards will include the third edition of the People’s Choice Stevie Awards for Favorite New ProductsSM, in which the general public can vote for their favorite new products and services of the year. Each new product or service nominated in The American Business Awards will automatically be included in people’s choice voting. Voting opens in May and winners of the People’s Choice Stevie Awards for Favorite New Products will be honored at the June awards dinner in New York.

The Eighth Annual American Business Awards were presented last June to a diverse group of organizations including Accenture,adidas, Apple Inc., Boost Mobile, Ford Motor Company, Hilton Hotels, Nu Skin Enterprises, the Rubicon Project and The Timberland Company among others. For a list of winners and finalists of the 2010 awards visit: http://www.stevieawards.com/pubs/awards/403_2183_20410.cfm.

To request an entry kit for The 2011 American Business Awards, visit http://www.stevieawards.com/aba/.

About The Stevie Awards

Stevie Awards are conferred in four programs: The American Business Awards, The International Business Awards, the Stevie Awards for Women in Business, and the Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. Honoring organizations of all types and sizes and the people behind them, the Stevies recognize outstanding performances in the workplace worldwide. Learn more about The Stevie Awards at http://www.stevieawards.com/, and follow the Stevie Awards on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, andYouTube.

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