“Princess Fierceness” acted as a living red carpet.
Gordy VanGuilder, Rod Talbot, Jennifer Campbell and Norma and Byron Sutton pose with “Princess Fierceness,” the living red carpet.
Rod Talbot, Luzaida Alicea, Gordy VanGuilder and Debby Campbell enjoyed mingling before the awards ceremony began.
Antwan Towner, a magician with Dawn Gilmore Productions, shows off a sweet card trick.
Ocoee Mayor Rusty Johnson, Commissioner Joel Keller and Orlando Police Chief John Mina looked sharp.
Scott Boyd and Tom Stroup put on their best suits for the awards ceremony.
Windermere Mayor Gary Bruhn and wife Kay were a good-looking couple.
Keith Bradford presents Denise Fisher with the Ambassador of the Year award.
Denise Fisher won the Ambassador of the Year award.
Keith Bradford shakes Kurt Ardaman’s hand after presenting him with the Lifetime Director award.
Kurt Ardaman proudly displayed his Lifetime Director award.
David Billsborough was all smiles with his Sam Hovsepian award.
Keith Bradford presented Jennifer Campbell with the Mary VanDeventer “The Spirit of West Orange” award.
Chick-fil-A Winter Garden and Ocoee received the George Bailey Award.
Keith Bradford presented Gary Shif with the Danniel J. Petro “The Bright Future of West Orange” award.
Becky and Charlie Roper were honored to receive the Bert Roper award.
Rob Maphis proudly displayed the Chairman’s Award.
Pam Thomas, of Pammie’s Sammies, was surprised to have been awarded the West Orange Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Member of the Year.
Florida Hospital won the West Orange Chamber of Commerce’s Large Business Member of the Year award.
Award winners gathered at the end of the ceremony for a group photo.
Kurt Ardaman knows how to stand out in a crowd with his bright orange-and-blue jacket. With him are School Board Member Pam Gould, left, Chamber president Stina D’Uva and Karen Ardaman.
Oakland town commissioners Sal Ramos, left, and Rick Polland attended the Big Orange Awards event with their wives, Marivel Ramos and Tammy Polland.
It was a meeting of the mayors when Kathy Stark, of Oakland, and Gary Bruhn, of Windermere, paused for a photo.