Pinstripe Marketing is pleased to announce that agency president, Ginger Reichl, was named Game-Changer of the Year by Business Buddies Tampa. The Best in Business Awards recognize professionals with outstanding contributions to their companies, charity and community. The award was presented at the Business Buddies Tampa Holiday Ball at the Mainsail Conference Center on December 16, 2010.
“It is such an honor to be recognized among Tampa Bay’s most dynamic and charitable professionals,” said Reichl. “I always look for community service when hiring members of my team and we dedicate a significant amount of the agency’s resources to support non-profits. This award is particularly humbling because it acknowledges the work that is done because it is right, not because it is profitable.”
Some of Tampa Bay’s most well-respected business leaders served as judges for this year’s Best in Business Awards. The distinguished list includes: Chris Sullivan, founder and former CEO of Outback Steakhouse, Paul Avery, former OSI COO and chair council of the Fara Energy Ball, Renee Vaughn, president of Williams Consulting Group, Cynthia Lake, director of The Children’s Dream Fund, Ron Weaver, chairman of the Environmental and Land Use Law Department of Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, and Julia Gorzka, founder of Brand Tampa.
Reichl was recognized for growing Pinstripe Marketing, her contributions to several non-profit organizations, and for her role in initiating the redevelopment of the 600 Block of Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg.