Project SOS Accepts Ethics Award from Better Business Bureau

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 9, 2015 – Project SOS was presented with an ethics award on Thursday, April 9, 2015, by the Better Business Bureau. At the inaugural Torch Awards luncheon, the BBB recognized nine companies in the Northeast Florida and Southeast Atlantic regions for exceptional integrity and trustworthiness.

Project SOS Founder and CEO, Pam Mullarkey Robbins holds Ethics Torch Award given by BBB (L to R: Marcie Browning, Jamie Mobley, Pam Mullarkey Robbins and Sandi Capra).

Project SOS Founder and CEO, Pam Mullarkey Robbins holds Ethics Torch Award given by BBB (L to R: Marcie Browning, Jamie Mobley, Pam Mullarkey Robbins and Sandi Capra).

Project SOS has been committed to their mission of strengthening families by empowering parents and educating youth to make healthy life choices while operating with high core values for 22 years. Project SOS demonstrates professionalism and excellence, communicates in positive and encouraging manner, upholds a standard of superiority in customer service, commits to lifelong education, exemplifies a high work ethic and demonstrates positive role modeling by maintaining ethical and moral standards.

“To me, as the Founder and CEO of Project SOS, integrity means everything to make a company trustworthy. Without trust, people won’t stay with a business for a long time and we want to be here for generations to come,” said Pam Mullarkey Robbins.

In 2014, Jacksonville Business Journal presented Project SOS with one of the BEST PLACES TO WORK awards. For more information about Project SOS or to get involved in helping strengthen families by empowering parents & educating youth to make healthy life choices, visit www.projectsos.com or contact the office at 904-296-9950.

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