Baird Foundation Repair recognized as a winner of BBB’s 2022 Torch Awards for Ethics competitionOctober 31, 2022 Melanie Chaney
Baird Foundation Repair is proud to announce it is one of six Texas businesses to receive the honor of receiving Better Business Bureau’s 2022 Torch Awards for Ethics. BBB serving the Heart of Texas presents the Torch Awards for Ethics each year to businesses that exemplify ethical behavior and display integrity in all aspects of its operations.
The entire team at Baird Foundation Repair was excited to learn that they had been chosen as a winner among the nearly 100 applicants for this year’s award across 105 Texas counties.
“We’re honored to be acknowledged for our ethical business practices,” said Jade Owens, Director of Operations.
On October 28, 2022, BBB serving the Heart of Texas announced that Baird Foundation Repair was one of six businesses to win the 2022 Torch Awards for Ethics.
“Better Business Bureau celebrates its Torch Award winners for everything they do to strengthen their business community and contribute to an ethical and trustworthy marketplace,” said Carrie A. Hurt, president, and CEO of BBB serving the Heart of Texas. “Torch awardees are a step above the rest – they’re the best of the best.”
The Torch Awards competition is open to all for-profit businesses headquartered in BBB’s 105-county service area. Nominees are offered the opportunity to submit an entry to BBB, where a panel of independent volunteer business and community leaders review the entries and choose the winners based on their performance in the marketplace.
ABOUT BBB: The Better Business Bureau has empowered people to find businesses, brands and charities they can trust for over 110 years. In 2021, people turned to BBB more than 200 million times for BBB Business Profiles on 6.3 million businesses and Charity Reports on 25,000 charities, free at BBB.org. Local, independent BBBs can be found across the United States, Canada, and Mexico, including BBB serving the Heart of Texas, which was founded in 1950 and serves 105 counties across Texas.