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Kim Lewey recognized as enterprising woman

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The co-owner of a North Carolina lawn care company received the award from Enterprising Women magazine.

| February 20, 2013

RALEIGH, N.C. – Lewey Landscaping & LawnCare, a Triangle-based, full-service landscaping and lawn care company, has announced that co-owner Kim Lewey has been named one of the winners of the 2013 Enterprising Women of the Year Awards in the “Up to $1 million in annual sales revenue” category. This award from Enterprising Women magazine honors women business owners who have demonstrated that they have fast-growth businesses, mentor or actively support other women and girls involved in entrepreneurship and stand out as leaders in their communities.

“It is an honor to be recognized alongside so many strong and innovative women entrepreneurs across the country and throughout the world,” said Lewey. “Enterprising Women gives a voice to the women who are dedicated to mentoring others and creating jobs and economic growth, which are goals we strive to achieve every day at Lewey Landscaping & LawnCare.”

The 11th Annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards Celebration will be held in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., from Wednesday, April 3 through Thursday, April 4. The Enterprising Women of the Year Awards Gala Dinner will commence April 4, where the winners and honorable mention recipients will be celebrated for their achievements. Along with the dinner ceremony, Enterprising Women magazine will feature the winners in its special May 2013 commemorative awards issue.
 

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