30th Class of Super 60 Winners Announced

The Springfield Regional Chamber has announced the honorees for its annual Super 60 awards, presented by Health New England and sponsored by People’s United Bank, MassHire Hampden County Workforce Board, Wells Fargo Bank, The Republican, 22News, and Zasco Productions.

Now in its 30th year, the program celebrates the success of the fastest-growing and privately-owned businesses in the region which continue to make significant contributions to the strength of the regional economy.

To be considered, companies must be based in Hampden or Hampshire counties or be a member of the Springfield Regional Chamber, have revenues of at least $1 million in the last fiscal year, be an independent and privately-owned company, and be in business at least three full years.  Companies are selected based on their percentage of revenue growth over a full three-year period or total revenues for the latest fiscal year.

This year’s winners hail from 21 communities across the region and represent all sectors of the economy, including real estate, transportation, sports, dining and entertainment, insurance, energy, health care, technology, manufacturing, retail, and service.

Three First-time Winners Took Top Three Places in Revenue Growth Category

The Nunes Companies, Inc., a first-time Super 60 winner, took first place in the Revenue Growth category, followed by two other Super 60 first-timers: Brewmasters BrewingServices, LLC in second place and Christopher Heights of Northampton in third place.

Whalley Computer topped the Total Revenue list for the third year in a row and is marking its 20th Super 60 win since 1998. Marcotte Ford Sales came in second, followed by Tighe & Bond in third place.

“This year’s winners indicate that our regional economy is strong and reflects the diverse nature of our industries,” said Springfield Regional Chamber President Nancy F. Creed.

Creed noted that 19 companies are first-time Super 60 winners. “Businesses continue to grow, innovate and succeed in our region,” she said. “The Springfield Regional Chamber is proud of its 30-year tradition of recognizing these businesses.”

All Winners Combined Surpassed $720 Million in Revenues

One-quarter of the Total Revenue winners exceeded $30 million in revenues, with all the winners combining for more than $720 million. In the Revenue Growth category, Creed said that all growth winners had growth in excess of 21%, up 8% from 2018, and 50% of the top 30 companies had growth in excess of 50%.

Five companies in the Total Revenue category also qualified for the Revenue Growth category, while seven companies in the Growth category also qualified for the Total Revenue category.

 

The 2019 Super 60 winners are:

REVENUE GROWTH

1 The Nunes Companies, Inc. Ludlow
2 Brewmasters Brewing Services, LLC Williamsburg
3 Christopher Heights of Northampton Northampton
A.G. Miller Co Inc. Springfield
Adam Quenneville Roofing & Siding, Inc. * South Hadley
American Pest Solutions, Inc. Springfield
Baystate Crushing and Recycling Inc. Ludlow
Burgess, Schultz & Robb, PC East Longmeadow
City Enterprise, Inc. * Springfield
Courier Express, Inc. Springfield
EOS Approach, LLC / Proshred Security Intn’l Wilbraham
Gallagher Real Estate Holyoke
GMH Fence Company, Inc. East Longmeadow
Goss & McLain Insurance Agency, Inc. Holyoke
Greenough Packaging & Maintenance Supplies, Inc. West Springfield
Kenney Masonry LLC Belchertown
Knight Machine Tool Company, Inc. South Hadley
L & L Property Service, LLC West Springfield
Ludlow Heating and Cooling, Inc. Ludlow
Michael’s Party Rentals, Inc. Palmer
Oasis Shower Doors (EG Partners LLC) * Feeding Hills
Pioneer Valley Financial Group, LLC Ludlow
R.R. Leduc Corp. * Holyoke
Sanderson MacLeod, Inc. * Palmer
Summit Careers, Inc. Springfield
Thunderbirds (Springfield Hockey LLC) Springfield
United Industrial Textile Products, Inc. West Springfield
Villa Rose Restaurant (Tavares and Branco Enterprises Inc.) Ludlow
Webber & Grinnell Insurance Agency, Inc. * Northampton
Westside Finishing Company, Inc. * Holyoke

 

TOTAL REVENUE

 

1 Whalley Computer Associates, Inc. * Southwick
2 Marcotte Ford Sales, Inc. Holyoke
3 Tighe & Bond * Westfield
Arrow Security Co., Inc. Springfield
Baltazar Contractors Ludlow
Bob Pion Buick GMC, Inc. Chicopee
Center Square Grill (Fun Dining Inc.) East Longmeadow
Charter Oak Insurance & Financial Services Holyoke
Commercial Distributing Co, Inc. Westfield
Con-Test Analytical Laboratory (Filli LLC) East Longmeadow
Court Square Group, Inc. Springfield
David R. Northup Electrical Contractors, Inc. Agawam
The Dowd Agencies, LLC Holyoke
E.F. Corcoran Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. * Springfield
Freedom Credit Union Springfield
Governors America Corp-GAC Mgmt Co. * Agawam
Haluch Water Contracting, Inc. Ludlow
Holyoke Pediatrics Associates, LLP Holyoke
JET Industries, Inc. Agawam
Kittredge Equipment Co., Inc. Agawam
Lancer Transportation & Sulco Warehousing & Logistics Springfield
Louis and Clark Drug, Inc. Springfield
Maybury Associates, Inc. * East Longmeadow
Paragus Strategic IT Hadley
Rediker Software, Inc. Hampden
Rock Valley Tool, LLC Easthampton
Skips Outdoor Accents, Inc. Agawam
Tiger Press (Shafii’s Inc.) East Longmeadow
Troy Industries, Inc. West Springfield
United Personnel Services, Inc. Springfield

 

* Indicates qualified in both categories

 

Tickets for Super 60 Celebration Event on Sale Now

The Super 60 Celebration event honoring this year’s class will be held October 25, 2019, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Chez Josef, 176 Shoemaker Lane, Agawam.

Reservations are required for the event at $60 for members, $75 for general admission.  Reservations may be made for either tables of 8 or 10.  Deadline for reservations is October 16, 2019.  No cancellations are accepted after that date and no walk-ins will be accepted.  For tickets, click here.

 

 

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