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Family Business Awards Finalists 2018

Listed alphabetically

RankFamily businessYear founded
1Acme Monaco Corp., New Britain1947
2Aldine Metal Products Corp., New Milford1938
3Amazing Celebrations & Events, Glastonbury2001
4Angelo's Bakery, Colchester2013
5Back East Brewing LLC, Bloomfield2012

Source: Hartford Business Journal's Family Business Awards Nominations

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