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Bossier Chamber seeks nominations from the public to recognize local patriots


Local residents encouraged to nominate first responders who have gone above the call of duty to be honored at awards luncheon

BOSSIER CITY — The Bossier Chamber of Commerce’s annual Patriot Awards honor our local first responders who go above and beyond the call of duty. The Chamber is asking the public to nominate first responders – Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS, Emergency Communicators and Military members (active, reserve and guard) – who they have witnessed showing integrity, hard work and courage while in the line of duty in Bossier and Caddo parishes in the last year. 

Nominations are being accepted online at https://www.bossierchamber.com/what-we-do/business-awards/patriot-awards/. Deadline for entries is August 16. Winners will be honored at the Bossier Chamber’s 2019 Patriot Awards, presented by Willis-Knighton Health System with awards sponsor Shreveport Communications, on Sept. 11, at 11:30 a.m.

Nominees will be evaluated using the following criteria:

  • Demonstrates excellence in job performance in extraordinary circumstances.
  • Provides valuable service by volunteering their time to improve the quality of life for others in the community.
  • Goes above and beyond their call to duty. (We are looking for that one “special” first responder who might have a story or event to tell that made him/her go above and beyond.)

Tickets and tables are available for the Patriot Awards luncheon. They are available online at www.bossierchamber.com/shop or by phone at (318) 746-0252.

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