Lance Hunter, CEO of Hodges Warehouse + Logistics, along with Paul Hodges, MacGregor Hodges, Jamie Hodges, Dottye Hannon, Michael and Heather Hodges, and Bernice Henderson with EXIT Hodges Real Estate, attended the
31st annual Business in the Arts Awards.

As the upcoming Chairman, Lance Hunter presented the Business in the Arts Award in the Medium business category to Merrill Lynch, with Cindy Clark accepting the award. The Small Business category winner was Foshee Architecture, with John Foshee accepting the award. The winner of the Large Business winner was Alabama Power with Leslie Sanders accepting the prestigious awards.
Category finalists:
Small Business- Foshee Architecture LLC, Stonehenge, Whole Foods.
Medium Business- Boosters INC, Merrill Lynch, Sterling Bank.
Large Business- Alabama Power, Alfa


Frank Plummer Memorial Arts Award Recipient- Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis, & Miles, P.C.

Wynton M. Blount Arts Leadership Award Recipient- Elizabeth B. Crump

Arts in Education Award Recipient- Wind Creek Hospitality   

After all of the awards were presented to the recipients and seeing the amazing businesses that were nominated for each award Hunter commented, “All of the businesses nominated really deserve our thanks. Mayor Todd Strange was correct that not only does business support the arts in Montgomery, but the arts support business.” Hodges Warehouse + Logistics & Hodges Commercial Real Estate are proud supporters of the arts and realize the impact that art has on the community and members alike.

No automatic alt text available.Art created by MABCA 2017 artist, Amber Ivey