Jim Henson 2010 Small Business of the Year Named
Specialized Therapy Services Takes Home Honor
Specialized Therapy Services was named the Jim Henson 2010 Small Business of the Year by the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce. The business of the year was honored as a 2010 Top Small Business Award Recipient on Thursday, August 26th along with Air Oasis, Chick-Fil-A of Westgate Mall, Kelly Wood Company, Krause Landscape Contrac- tors, Parie Designs, Party Stop, and Public Steel at the Chamber’s annual business awards banquet. The banquet was sponsored by Suddenlink Communictions.
Below: Chamber Board Chair, Laura Street, with Karen Day, Owner of Specialized Therapy Services, and her hus- band, Richard Day.
Also, honored at the banquet were the Top Twenty Under 40 Award Recipients, including Breezy Adams, Timothy Archer, Lindsay Currie, Brent Graves, Toni Gray, Michael Greene, Cara Hardin, Dr. Raj Hashmi, Dr. Brent Hawkins, Kelly Hicks-Drees, Carrie Irwin, Brian Jennings, Sam Karr, Joni Kleinschmidt, Will Miller, Jason Norman, Jerome Pratt, Ray Wilson, Casey Wood and Josh Wood.
“It is a great honor to recognize these outstanding busi- nesses and upcoming professionals with our business awards," said Chamber President Gary Molberg. These awards recognizes local professionals under the age of forty and thriving businesses who employ less than 100 employees who are pursuing excellence in their business or careers, while making a valuable contribution to the Amarillo business community and our community at large.
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Specialized Therapy Services (STS) was established in June 2002 to provide the best in speech, occupational, and physical therapy services in a patient and family oriented setting. STS is committed to quality of life for all and lends its support to individuals with special needs on the community level. STS was inspired by the love of Jesus Christ and our mission is to develop potential and quality in the lives of the patients we serve.
STS has 37 full-time and 10 part-time employ- ees, many are pictured to the right.