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Carol Mulready and her company CBJ Foundations was named “Entrepreneur of the Year” during the annual Harold Webster Smith Awards presentation at the Waterbury, CT Chamber of Commerce January meeting. The RepublicanAmerican newspaper writes: “Mulready, 52, is one of the three small business owners in the region who will be honored Thursday at the 12th annual Harold Webster Smith Awards Breakfast. Mulready will be honored as Entrepreneur of the Year.”

The winners, who were selected by the Waterbury Regional Chamber’s Small Business Council, were feted at the annual breakfast at 8 a.m. at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Southbury.

CBJ Foundations is a 13-year-old concrete construction company that pours footings, walls and floors for new homes, additions, barns, garages and small commercial buildings. Mulready, who has been pouring concrete on either a full- or part-time basis for the past 35 years, launched the company in June 1995 with $30,000 she borrowed from her sister, June Stronk of Westbrook.

Congratulations Carol on your hard work that has paid dividends, not only in a thriving business in these challenging economic times, but also in recognition of excellence in your community and by your peers. You can read the complete article online from the RepublicanAmerican archives by establishing an account, and following this link.

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