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BOULDER – Bhakti Chai LLC founder and chief executive Brook Eddy is one of five finalists in Entrepreneur magazine’s Entrepreneur of 2014 award, with readers set to vote for the winner.
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Bhakti Chai, founded in 2007, makes a variety of Fair Trade Certified organic teas. The company is headquartered in downtown Boulder and brews its teas at a facility in Longmont.
The company did $3.8 million in sales last year, with that figure expected to climb by nearly 60 percent this year.
Online voting for Entrepreneur of 2014 (http://www.entrepreneur.com/e2014) runs through Sept. 19.
The other four finalists include Dan Price of Seattle-based Gravity Payments; Alan Schaaf of San Francisco-based Imgur; Chris Mittelstaedt of San Francisco-based The FruitGuys; and Jason Wolfe of Pittsburgh-based GiftCards.com.