The U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently presented Plaistow, N.H.-based Pest-End with an America’s Top Small Business Award.
The award recognizes the company as one of the premier 70 small businesses in the U.S. This achievement follows a year of competition, with an pool of over 15,000 applicants contending for this recognition.
Per a news release, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce “executed a meticulous selection process that encompassed businesses from every corner of the nation, spanning all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. These outstanding enterprises underwent thorough evaluation based on a spectrum of criteria, including remarkable business growth, adeptness in overcoming challenges, innovative strategies for attaining success and profound community involvement.”
Adam Carace, CEO of Pest-End, said in the news release, “We are profoundly humbled and honored to secure a spot among the Top 70 small businesses in the United States. It is a testament to the unwavering dedication and hard work of our entire team.”
Leading Pest-End alongside his wife, Courtney Carace, COO, and sister, Amanda Forrestall, president, Carace stewards a second-generation, family-owned pest control company servicing New England since 1977.
In addition, Pest-End and the other Top 70 small businesses will be granted a one-year paid membership to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and will be prominently showcased on the CO— website. The CO— platform is described as “a rich source of practical information and invaluable insights, catering to over 20,000 business owners daily, with an extensive reach of more than 6 million individuals annually across the United States and beyond.”