Corkcicle Takes Home Pair of Stevie Awards Including "Best New Company of the Year"
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ORLANDO, FL, Jun 21 (Marketwire) -- It's official. Corkcicle, the hottest new wine accessory on the market, announced today the company took home the Gold Stevie(R) Award in the Best New Company of the Year category and a Silver Stevie Award in the Retail Company of the Year category in The 10th Annual American Business Awards held Monday night in New York. Corkcicle is an innovative product designed to keep your chilled white wines cool and bring your room temperature reds down to the perfect temperature. Simply insert Corkcicle into the bottle's opening in place of the cork and sit back and relax as Corkcicle brings your wine to the optimal chilling temperature from inside the bottle every time. The American Business Awards are the nation's premier business awards program. All organizations operating in the U.S.A. are eligible to submit nominations -- public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small. More than 3,000 nominations from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted this year for consideration in a wide range of categories. Led by a group of three passionate entrepreneurs with no direct experience in manufacturing or retail, Corkcicle went from idea to concept to top-selling product for many small retailers in less than 12 months. The kickoff year was filled with numerous successes and significant milestones that included everything from designing and manufacturing a beautiful and effective product; creating a compelling brand image; building a remarkable and hard-working specialty retailer channel; to becoming THE "hot new" item for consumers across the US. Details about The American Business Awards and the list of Finalists in all categories are available at www.stevieawards.com/aba. For more information on Corkcicle, visit www.corkcicle.com. Image Available: http://www2.marketwire.com/mw/frame_mw?attachid=2020354 Media Contact: Kim Miller 781-303-0222 firstname.lastname@example.org Copyright 2012, Marketwire, All rights reserved. -0-
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