CONYERS, Ga. — Inspect-All Services, Conyers, Ga., was company was recognized by the University of Georgia Alumni Association as one of the “Fastest Growing Bulldog Businesses” at a ceremony in Atlanta.
Inspect-All Services, helmed by UGA graduates (and brothers), Brian Lunsford and Brandon
Lunsford, ranks as this year’s 23rd fastest growing Bulldog business. The firm specializes in home inspections and pest solutions. Nearly 800 nominations were submitted for this year’s program.
“We are thrilled to join our fellow Bulldogs again on this distinguished list,” said Brandon Lunsford, CEO of Inspect-All Services. “It was an honor last year to rank in the upper third and even more humbling this time around to finish in the top fourth among so many other great businesses.”
Brian Lunsford, the company’s president, said, “We’re proud of our entire organization for helping make this award possible. Our customers quickly realize that when they’re dealing with our team, integrity leads the way. It’s the foundation for our growth.”
The Atlanta CPA firm, Gifford Hillegass and Ingwersen, LLP has annually partnered with the UGA Alumni Association since the inception of the program three years ago to verify the information that was submitted by each nominated company. GH&I then ranked the companies based on compounded annual growth rate.
UGA alumni and friends celebrated the 2012 Bulldog 100 honorees at a special event held at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis on January 21, 2012. The evening began with a reception, followed by dinner and the awards ceremony. Keynote speaker, Deborah Norville, anchor of “Inside Edition” and 1979 UGA graduate, led attendees to the highlight of the evening—the release of the final rankings and countdown of the 2012 Bulldog 100.
“The UGA Alumni Association is thrilled to honor our graduates who demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to excellence that bring honor to their alma mater,” said Deborah Dietzler, executive director of the UGA Alumni Association. “We are proud of the accomplishments of these alumni, whose achievements during the Great Recession are noteworthy indeed.”