Weisser named finalist for regional Entrepreneur of the Year

May 18, 2018

Eric Weisser, who helped build his family business into a multimillion-dollar company, is a finalist for the regional Entrepreneur of the Year award presented by Ernst & Young LLP.

Now in its 32nd year, the program recognizes business leaders in more than 145 cities and more than 60 countries. Winners are chosen by a panel of independent judges based on innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.

The regional winner will be named June 14 and qualify to compete for the national award in November.

Weisser Distributing is based in Tea and has grown to $50 million in annual revenue and almost 100 employees.

“Every year, we are impressed by the ingenuity, passion and undying optimism exuded by the entrepreneurs we meet and honor through this awards program. They don’t follow trends – they define them. EY is proud to celebrate the Heartland finalists in this year’s Entrepreneur of fhe Year program,” said Dominic Iannazzo, EY’s Heartland regional program co-director.

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Weisser named finalist for regional Entrepreneur of the Year

Eric Weisser, who helped build his family business into a multimillion-dollar company, is a finalist for the regional Entrepreneur of the Year award presented by Ernst & Young LLP.

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