(PRWEB) October 22, 2004
Brunhilde Merker, CEO of Sarasota-based ScoringSystem, Inc. was recently awarded the inaugural 2004 Ronald Reagan Gold Medal. The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) selected Mrs. Merker for her contributions to FloridaÂs economic health and her entrepreneurial vision.
Mrs. Merker co-founded ScoringSystem, Inc. along with William Kanitz two years ago. The company specializes in providing recordkeeping and mobile data solutions with an Internet-based databank, greatly simplifying efficient data management for sports, agriculture, restaurants, wines and a host of other industries.
Even though managing a growing business demands much of her time, Mrs. Merker also serves her community as an Honorary Chairman to the Business Advisory Council of the NRCC. In that capacity, she has been working with Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-TX) on such issues as tax cuts, lowering health care costs and the current campaign.
Commenting on Mrs. MerkerÂs selection, Congressman Tom Reynolds, Chairman of the NRCC, said, ÂMrs. Merker has served as an Honorary Chairman of the Business Advisory Council and has provided much needed support. This award could not have gone to a more deserving candidate.Â Mrs. MerkerÂs tireless efforts for Florida and its business community certainly deserve this great honor.
ScoringSystem, Inc. is located in Sarasota, Florida and specializes in providing solutions with mobile data. Whether a perishable commodity or sports player, http://www.ScoringSystem.com can make managing your data easier, and do it in an extremely cost effective manner.
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