Chamber Names Business Person of the Year: Installation Dinner Apr. 13
The Greater North County Chamber of Commerce recently selected Bonnie Barczykowski as its 2012 Outstanding Business Person of the Year.
Barczykowski , the owner of five Curves locations, will be honored during the Chamber’s Annual Installation Dinner on April 13, beginning at 6 p.m. at Norwood Hills Country Club.
“I am honored to have been chosen as Greater North County Business Person of the Year,” Barczykowski said. “My employees and customers of Curves are what make an award like this even possible. I am grateful to all!”
Barczykowski, who opened her first Curves in 2000, has three facilities in Florissant, one in Ferguson and one in Weldon Spring.
She has been involved with the Greater North County Chamber for many years, served on its Board for seven years and is a past board chairwoman. She is the founder of the Lose To Win STL Program, which has had more than 3,000 local participants, and is the author of “Make the Harder Choice.”
Barczykowski has served on the boards and chaired events for several community and civic organizations including the American Cancer Society’s North County Relay for Life, the American Heart Association, Marygrove and T.E.A.M.
Born and raised in Florissant, Barczykowski now lives in St. Charles with her husband, Dan, and their three children. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Lindenwood College, Masters in Business Administration from Lindenwood University and has been certified in circuit training and weight management.
“Bonnie is very deserving of this award,” said Carolyn Marty, chamber president. “She is a successful business woman who gives back to her community in many ways.”
The cost of the dinner is $45. Reservations can be made by calling the Greater North County Chamber office at 314-831-3500.
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