Rectrix Aviation awarded Coolest Business of the Year by Cape Cod Young Professionals

Rectrix Aviation awarded Coolest Business of the Year by Cape Cod Young Professional

Rectrix Aviation, Inc. is pleased to announce that the company has been awarded “Coolest Business of the Year” by the Cape Cod Young Professionals (CCYP). The honor was presented at the CCYP’s fifth anniversary celebration on November 4th at the Chatham Bars Inn.

“We are very appreciative and would like to thank CCYP for their recognition,” President and CEO Rich Cawley said. “As Rectrix continues to grow as a business, we are happy to have the opportunity to give back to our community.”

Each year, CCYP honors a business that supports its mission to connect, engage, and advance the emerging workforce and future leadership of Cape Cod. Rectrix received the award for its support and involvement in CCYP’s Back to Business Bash. Rectrix donated their Aerodrome Center in Hyannis and the staff’s time to make CCYP’s largest annual networking event a success.

“Every year we award a business that we think embodies CCYP’s mission of connecting the future leadership of Cape Cod. We chose Rectrix because the company has been extremely supportive of our organization as well as our annual Back to Business Bash. Rectrix provided the space for the event and was extremely generous with its staff. Rectrix rose to the challenge to make this 500-person networking event successful,” said Moira Noonan-Kerry of CCYP, “Without Rectrix this event would not have been possible.”

Courtesy of Rectrix.

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