Capitol Broadcasting Company Receives Human Relations Award

Capitol Broadcasting Company Receives Human Relations Award

On February 7, Jim Goodmon accepted The Business Award for Outstanding Service To the Citizens of Raleigh during the Eleventh Annual Human Relations Awards Banquet in Raleigh, NC. The award was presented by the City of Raleigh’s Human Resources & Human Relations Advisory Commission for all of the contributions CBC has made to the Raleigh community.

This annual banquet serves to remind the citizens of Raleigh to let nothing deter them from the pursuit of the worthwhile goals and objectives of inclusiveness. Other award recipients included Ms. Nellie Davis (Citizen Award) for her flood relief work, and Wake Medical Center (Organization Award) for their work with the community and helping to establish the Healing Place. CBC has also been at the forefront of bring the Healing Place to Raleigh.


Award presenters and recipients (left to right): Hardy Watkins, City of Raleigh Human Resources; Jim Goodmon, Capitol Broadcasting Co.; Nellie Davis, citizen; Ray Champ, Wake Medical Center; and Gayle Robinson, Human Relations Advisory Chair.


The Reverend Fermin Bocanegra (center) was the main speaker; he is an Entrepreneur and a Community Activist for the Latin Amercian / Hispanic community.

Jim Goodmon accepts the award on behalf of Capitol Broadcasting from City Councilwoman Julie Shea Graw.

 

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