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Digital Rochester seeks GREAT Awards nominations

Rochester Business Journal
June 26, 2014

Digital Rochester Inc.’s nomination deadline for its fourth annual Greater Rochester Excellence and Achievement in Technology Awards has been extended.

The GREAT program celebrates individuals and organizations that help to expand Rochester as a center for technology and innovative thinking.

The organization is seeking nominations from the following areas: communication technology, going green, health-care technology, technology services, optics, photonics and imaging, student achievement, visionary leadership and rising star. The awards ceremony is Sept. 9 at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside.

Past winners include Lumetrics Inc., Xerox Corp. and Carestream Health Inc. There are 66 previous finalists and 22 past winners.

More information can be found at www.digitalrochester.com.

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