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Senior Care of Alaska Inc. Wins BBB Torch Award Large Business Of The Year

Aug. 5, 2009

Anchorage, Alaska – Senior Care of Alaska Inc., (SCA) is proud to be recognized as the 2008-2009 Better Business Bureau Torch Award recipient, Large Business of the Year. The award is designed to honor businesses that demonstrate a high degree of excellence in the marketplace, while practicing exceptional ethical business practices.

Senior Care of Alaska Inc was one of 64 businesses in Alaska nominated for the awards. Awards for Businesses of the Year go to businesses with the highest total score in three categories:

Customer Service  -  Innovative Business Practices  -  Community Involvement

These businesses were nominated by the public, and were evaluated by non-biased, third party judges from various organizations.

“Your Better Business Bureau proudly recognizes the winners of the Business of the Year Torch Awards as companies of high integrity,” said Robert Andrew, president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon, and Western Washington. “We are grateful for their positive contribution to the local business community.”

Kevin Turkington opened Senior Care of Alaska Inc. in July of 2002. Since that time, SCA has made it their mission to provide the highest quality, individualized care available. Their commitment to helping provide a better quality of life for their clients is evident in all they do.

“We are an exclusive local provider of Certified Companion Aides”, said Turkington. “Our caregivers are highly trained and dedicated. It is this integrity and dedication to professionalism that makes outstanding customer service our standard.”

Turkington holds the coveted title of Certified Senior Advisor (CSA), and actively contributes to numerous Community and Social Organizations, such as the Older Persons Action Group, Mable T. Caverly Senior Center, Hospice of Anchorage, Alaska Health Care Inc., Alzheimer’s Resource Agency, various local Police & Fire charities, and many more.

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