Phil Coupe Accepts NHBSR Cornerstone Award

ReVision Energy co-founder Phil Coupe with Michelle Veasey, Ex. Dir. NHBSR, and NHDRED Commissioner George Bald

NH Businesses for Social Responsibility (NH BSR) held their annual Spring Conference, Walking the Talk: The Profitability of Values, in Mid May at the Sheraton Harborside in Portsmouth.

ReVision Energy was among three finalists for NH BSR’s Cornerstone Award, an award “presented to an individual, a business, or organization that exemplifies the concepts of corporate social responsibility within their organization and promotes the concepts of corporate social responsibility to the greater business community within the State of New Hampshire.”

Also a finalist was Amanda Grappone-Osmer of Grappone Automotive Group; the winner of the award was Sequoya Technologies Group.  Sequoya’s President, Tom Strickland, commented that their innovative Sequoya Seeds program, in which clients choose local non-profits to receive in-kind support from Sequoya not only provided a way that they can help the community, but has also helped to grow their business.

Outside of the awards, NH BSR’s event featured small group discussions on sustainability, break out sessions, and a keynote speech by Andrew Winston, the co-author of the best-seller Green to Gold and the author of Green Recovery.

Congratulations to Sequoya Technologies Group again on their achievements, and here’s to another great year doing sustainable business in New Hampshire!

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Go, ReVision Energy! You deserve it!