Tar Heel Basement Systems Named Finalist for “Small Business of the Year”

The 2014 Business North Carolina Small Business of the Year finalists are recognized for their community involvement, general growth, innovation and employee benefits. Tar Heel Basement Systems has been named one of 4 companies in the state to excel in all of these areas.

Winston-Salem, NC - November 21st, 2014

On Friday, December 5th at the Graylyn International Conference Center in Winston-Salem, NC, the winner of Business North Carolina Magazine‘s 2014 Small Business of the Year will be announced. In order for a company to be considered, they must be independently owned, employ fewer than 100 staff members, have been in business for less than 5 years and have an active owner.

Tar Heel Basement Systems is a medium sized business operating since 2003 and prides itself on its non-profit and charity work. A great amount of time and money have been donated from Tar Heel employees to many different organizations including the Ronald McDonald House of Winston-Salem, ALS Emergency Treatment Fund, Watauga County’s Back 2 School Festival and the Teacher Supply Warehouse among many others over the years.

Pete Burgess, Tar Heel Basement Systems’ owner, is heavily involved in the inner workings of the company as well as customer interactions. He often accompanies system design specialists to job sites and conducts business from his office at the main Winston-Salem office.

This will be the 19th Small Business of the Year award luncheon held by Business North Carolina Magazine and will also be honoring Archer Advanced Rubber Components, Highland Brewing Company and Wray Ward for their exceptional action within their industry as well as efforts to enrich their community.