AM Conservation Group, the nation’s leader in energy and water efficiency solutions, was honored as the second fastest growing large company in the state of South Carolina. Recognized by SC Biz News, the announcement was made at the annual Roaring Twenties Awards Ceremony at the Columbia Marriot in downtown Columbia.
Twenty large companies and 20 small companies were nominated by SC Biz News to the statewide ‘Roaring Twenties’ list. This honor recognizes the state’s best-performing companies based on both dollar and percentage increases in revenue from 2014-2015. Company size was determined by gross revenue: A small company was considered as having $10 million and under in revenue. Large companies, such as AM Conservation Group, were classified as having over $10 million in revenue. This marks the second straight year AM Conservation Group has been recognized as the second fastest growing large company by SC Biz News.
“Our rapid growth is a result of the work from our dedicated team and partners across the country. We are honored to once again be included in the prestigious SC Biz Roaring Twenties list, as well as be ranked as the second fastest growing large company in the state of South Carolina,” said Michael Quinn, CEO of AM Conservation Group. “The energy and water efficiency product segments are booming, as more of our partners are recognizing conservation as a proven way to reach consumers. This year we expanded into a larger facility to meet higher demand, to increase operating efficiency and to decrease order turnaround time.”
Many businesses depend on AM Conservation Group to help them meet their annual energy efficiency goals. Conservation kits are one of the services AMCG provides to achieve this. “More partners are recognizing that customizable conservation kits have been proven to be an invaluable tool towards reaching consumers. Whether our partner is a utility, water municipality, electric co-op or corporation, these products are extremely effective to help meet energy and water saving goals,” said John Bailes, Vice President of Sales at AM Conservation Group.