MILWAUKEE (WKBT) - The U.S. Small Business Administration will honor Dynamic Recycling as Wisconsin's Top Small Business during National Small Business Week.
Administrator Linda McMahon, the head of the SBA, will honor Miles Harter and Curt Greeno of Dynamic Recycling in Onalaska as Wisconsin Small Business Persons of the Year in Washington, D.C., on April 29-30, according to a news release.
Miles Harter and Curt Greeno started Dynamic Recycling in 2007 in a 4,400-square-foot facility in Onalaska. The company has since grown to a global full service IT asset disposition, electronics recycling, scrap processing and data security corporation with three locations and over 200 employees. Dynamic Recycling will soon occupy approximately 390,000 square feet with the upcoming addition of a new, state of the art recovery facility in Onalaska.
“It is my honor and distinct pleasure to announce the 52 winners from across the U.S. and Puerto Rico,” McMahon said. “These small business owners define entrepreneurial spirit and best represent the 30 million small businesses that are the backbone and economic engine of our economy. I look forward to welcoming the winners to Washington next month when they are officially honored for their achievements.”
Eric Ness, Wisconsin’s SBA district director, added, “Dynamic Recycling represents the best of Wisconsin’s 445,000 small businesses. Through their innovation, growth using SBA financing, and community service, Miles Harter and Curt Greeno are contributing to their community as well as the economy. I congratulate them and look forward to celebrating their success during National Small Business Week.”
After the national awards ceremony in Washington, D.C., McMahon will continue National Small Business Week with a bus road show starting in Jacksonville, Fla. and then continue on to South Carolina and North Carolina. At each stop she will meet with small business owners, visit small businesses and hold roundtable discussions. Additionally, virtual events, recognition and educational opportunities throughout SBA’s 10 Regions and 68 Districts will be held throughout the week.
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