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Hamilton Jewelers Named Winner in 2016 American Business Awards

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PRINCETON, NJ – Hamilton Jewelers was recently named the winner of a Bronze Stevie Award in the Corporate Social Responsibility category in the 14th annual American Business Awards.

Winners of The American Business Awards were selected from more than 3,400 nominations from organizations of all sizes in different industries across various categories.

Hamilton was recognized for a commitment to social responsibility and business ethics. The company has won in previous years for Small Business Achievement and Client Service Excellence. More than 250 professionals worldwide participated in the judging process to select this year’s Stevie Award winners.

“The judges were extremely impressed with the quality of entries we received this year. The competition was intense, and every organization that has won should be proud,” says Michael Gallagher, president and founder of the Stevie Awards.

“It is such an honor to receive this important recognition in a category that is particularly important to us,” says Hank Siegel, president of Hamilton. “We strive for excellence in every area of our business, but being acknowledged for corporate social responsibility and business ethics is the cornerstone of our organization.”

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