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Awards will be presented at a 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. reception at the Midtown Arts Center at 3750 S. Mason St. in Fort Collins.
The 2012 Mercury 100 will be presented in five flights of 20 companies each. The rankings are based on revenue figures for 2010 and 2011 submitted to the Business Report research department. A random verification of revenues was conducted by the accounting and consulting firm of Anton Collins Mitchell. All businesses based in Larimer and Weld counties that submitted revenue figures were eligible for consideration.
At the awards presentation, the top five companies in each Mercury 100 flight will be recognized on stage.
The awards program will also include select numbers from A Dinner Theater’s production of “The Sound of Music.” A Dinner Theater is the Midtown Art Center’s resident company. The Mercury 100 celebration will continue after the program in the Midtown Event Center ballroom with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.
The Mercury 100 Awards event is sponsored by Midtown Arts Center; Anton Collins Mitchell Accountants and Consultants; The Better Business Bureau serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming; Palmer Flowers; Otis, Coan & Peters Attorneys, LLC; Employer Solutions Group; TLC Payroll; Social Media Pilots; DaVinci Sign Systems Inc., and KUNC Community Radio.
Online registration for Mercury 100 is now open at www.ncbr.com. Individual tickets are priced at $39.
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