Noble Studios Finalist in Dream Big Award
This spring, Noble Studios was named one of seven national finalists in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Dream Big Awards, which were presented in Washington, D.C. on June 9. The Dream Big Award eventually went to North Carolina based Triangle Rock Club. Noble was proud to be recognized as the only Western finalist and to represent northern Nevada on a national stage.
Noble first was announced as one of 100 Blue Ribbon Winners in the prize, which honor the achievement of small businesses across the nation. Then, in March, it was announced that Noble was one of 7 finalists. The awards are judged on business strategies and goals, staff training and motivation, customer service and community involvement.
“Noble is extremely humbled to be recognized for this honor by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce,” said Jarrod Lopiccolo, CEO and co-founder of Noble Studios. “We believe small businesses are the real heart and soul of America. We’re proud to be a company that has such a fantastic roster of clients that let us do our very best work every single day.”
Len Stevens, CEO of The Chamber Reno, Sparks, Northern Nevada said, “It’s terrific that Noble Studios gets to represent small business in northern Nevada on a national level. Jarrod and Season are a class act and this honor helps shine a light on the great work companies like theirs do for our community on a daily basis.”
Noble recently was recognized by The Chamber of Northern Nevada as the Large Business of the Year in 2014 and, for two years running, has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of Fastest Growing Companies in America. Earlier in 2015, Noble expanded, opening satellite offices in Las Vegas and San Francisco.