All Florida Paper is Recognized as one of the Top 100
Minority Businesses in South Florida
Medley, FL – All Florida Paper, Inc., a leading South Florida wholesale distribution firm was recently named as a 2012 honoree of the Top 100 Minority Business Awards by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce. Each year the Chamber’s Top 100 Minority Business Awards program highlights and celebrates South Florida’s minority business community and their steadfast spirit of entrepreneurship in spite of today’s sometimes turbulent marketplace. The businesses represent a variety of industries and showcase the region’s rich diversity. All Florida Paper is honored be a part of this annual event.
All Florida Paper was honored at the awards luncheon held at Parrot Jungle Island on March 22nd, 2012. “We are delighted that The Chamber has selected us to be among select few businesses which have received this award,” said Armando Caceres, President and CEO of All Florida Paper. He continued by saying, “I believe that this award is reflective of our dedication and commitment to creating a company that best reflects the customers we service every day.”
All Florida Paper, the product one of South Florida’s brilliant entrepreneurs Armando Caceres, was founded in 1993 to the serve the growing Hispanic business community’s need for better selection and representation with regards to the paper, plastic, and janitorial distribution. In following through with that vision, All Florida Paper has allowed many of South Florida’s businesses the opportunity to focus on their core competencies, grow revenue and boost employee productivity.
Sharing the spotlight of the Top 100 Minority Business Awards were several recognizable South Florida companies such as Sushi Maki, Perry Ellis International, and MasTec. Presented by Bank of America, this year’s Top 100 Minority Business Awards had over 400 hundred attendees from every sector of South Florida’s business community. The complete list of 2012 Top 100 Minority Business honorees has been featured in the Miami Herald, South Florida’s most recognizable special publication.
The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in South Florida, representing more than 400,000 employees of member companies. To carry out its mission, the Chamber involves the private sector in community leadership. For more than a century, the Chamber has been widely recognized and respected for its extraordinary record of economic development and community improvement. The Chamber is nationally recognized as one of the Top 10 Executive Speaking Forums in America.
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Published March 30, 2012