Vermont Business Magazine Honors Paul W. Carroccio with Rising Stars Award

On Thursday, November 8, 2012, TPW Management's, Paul W. Carroccio received Vermont Business Magazine’s Rising Stars Award.

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Vermont Business Magazine Rising Stars Award
Together, we look forward to a successful future for Vermont business with this group leading the way.

Burlington, VT (PRWEB) November 14, 2012

Vermont Business Magazine (VBM) awarded 40 young professionals under the age of 40 with their third annual Rising Stars Award. Recognized for his smart business growth, professional excellence and commitment to community development, VBM named Paul W. Carroccio to its list of Rising Stars.

Paul W. Carroccio is CEO of TPW Management, a property management and vacation rental company serving the northeastern United States. After accepting the VBM award, Mr. Carroccio thanked VBM for their support of Vermont business and recognized his follow honorees. “It’s an honor to be part of this talented group of young professionals. Together, we look forward to a successful future for Vermont business with this group leading the way.”

This year, the magazine received over 120 nominations, up 60% from last year. The awards evening took place at the Sunset Ballroom in South Burlington on Thursday, November 8th.

About TPW:
A full-service property management company, TPW is a family-owned business that has been providing maintenance and property management services for over 25 years. Employing modern technology, a high level of accountability and proven management systems, TPW delivers professional property management services to condominiums, co-operatives, homeowner associations, townhouses and resort vacation properties. Their professional approach to management has made them a successful and valued resource for property owners and homeowners associations across the United States.


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