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PORTLAND, Ore. — Good Clean Love earlier this week was recognized with the Oregon Entrepreneurs Network’s annual Tom Holce Entrepreneurship award in the development category. Good Clean Love’s founder and CEO Wendy Strgar received the award at a ceremony at downtown Portland’s Hilton Hotel.
Good Clean Love was one of more than 700 businesses throughout Oregon and southwestern Washington to participate based upon the companies’ various achievements and backgrounds. In the preliminary round, Strgar gave a 15-minute presentation, during which committee members asked questions clarifying points about the company’s mission and direction.
With the award, Good Clean Love will receive exclusive coverage on the OEN website and the Portland Business Journal.
The Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards originated in 1993. Named after entrepreneur Tom Holce, the awards ceremony recognizes companies that provide jobs, help the economy and have faced many obstacles to growth and success.
Good Clean Love, a certified women-owned business, is a sexual health company with an array of all-natural and organic intimacy products. Good Clean Love products are distributed through Entrenue and can be found in drug stores such as Pharmaca and online at Walgreens.com.
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