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Alpha Ecological a Finalist for National Award

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes program and Spike TV’s Hire A Vet campaign today named Alpha Ecological a finalist in the Small Business Tournament of Veteran Champions.

| May 15, 2013

VANCOUVER, Wash. — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes program and Spike TV’s Hire A Vet campaign today named Alpha Ecological a finalist in the Small Business Tournament of Veteran Champions. Alpha is one of eight finalists in this category.

The public now has the chance to vote to help identify the most veteran-friendly small business in America.

The winning business will receive a custom spot produced by and aired on Spike TV. In addition, they will receive two tickets, airfare, and hotel accommodations to attend the Spike TV Guys’ Choice Awards where the winner will be announced and recognized. The Awards are scheduled to air on June 12.

The public can cast their votes at www.VetChampsTourney.com.
 

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