PlayCore Honored with Award for Company Ethics

PlayCore is honored to accept the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics in SE Tennessee/NW Georgia. The Award honors companies that make a demonstrable effort to promote ethical business practices. “The purpose of this award is to recognize annually those businesses in our community and service area committed to maintaining exceptionally high standards of ethical behavior in buyer and seller relationships,” said Jim Winsett, President of BBB.

The Better Business Bureau system believes that consistently conducting business in an ethical fashion and providing service excellence is as important as any other aspect of corporate management. By conducting this award competition each year, the organization seeks to highlight the importance of a company’s obligation in the marketplace to do what is right and what is fair. Award recipients are selected by an independent panel of judges each year.

“How we conduct business is as important as the business results we achieve,” stated PlayCore CEO Bob Farnsworth. “We believe in building communities through play, a goal we strive for by creating a strong community within our organization. We incorporate our Mission and Values into every aspect of our business. While we design, market and manufacture play and recreation products, we also allocate significant resources into research, education, programs, and partnerships that benefit the industry, and the communities we serve.”

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