The SCORE Foundation Presents The PDQ Award to The Company Corporation For Its Outstanding Leadership and Corporate Philanthropy
Washington, D.C.—The Company Corporation of Wilmington, Delaware is honored with The PDQ Award for Outstanding Leadership & Corporate Philanthropy. The SCORE Foundation, which supports small business mentoring and training, presented the award to Brett Davis, vice president and general manager of The Company Corporation. Davis accepted the award at The SCORE Foundation’s Evening of Vision dinner in Washington, D.C.
The PDQ Award is named in the spirit of the company owned by one of The SCORE Foundation’s most ardent supporters—The PDQ Careers Group of Companies and its CEO and Founder, Patty DeDominic.
The Company Corporation (TCC) is the premier sponsor of the SCORE’s Association’s 40th Anniversary and the underwriter of the White House reception in April that honored SCORE’s 40 years of small business service. SCORE’s alliance with The Company Corporation brings entrepreneurs two free how-to workbooks, How to Really Structure Your Business and How to Really Start Your Own Business. TCC also has served as a long-time sponsor of SCORE’s leadership conferences.
Ken Yancey, executive director of The SCORE Foundation, says, "The Company Corporation truly exemplifies the meaning of outstanding corporate philanthropy.” Yancey adds, “The Company Corporation’s generosity helps support SCORE’s small business education programs and services, which are a tremendous benefit to America’s small business owners.”
With over 100 years of experience, The Company Corporation and its affiliated companies provide expert incorporation services to small businesses and entrepreneurs nationwide. In addition to filing corporations and limited liability companies in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, The Company Corporation offers a wide range of products and services that help businesses preserve and protect their corporate status, including registered agent services, corporate kits, certificates of good standing and qualifications to do business in any state.
The SCORE Foundation was formed in 2001. The SCORE Foundation is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit, public charity dedicated to ensuring a lasting legacy of business counseling and training for successful American small businesses by supporting the SCORE Association “Counselors to America’s Small Business” (www.score.org) and its