The Alabama Retail Association recently announced the nominees for this year’s Retailer of the Year award.
Nominees must operate or manage a retail business in Alabama that has been in business for at least five years. Winners will be selected in four categories, set by annual sales volume: less than $1 million, $1 million to $5 million, $5 million to $20 mil- lion and more than $20 million. Bronze, silver and gold awards may be presented in each category except for the more than $20 million category, in which one winner is selected.
Over the Mountain retailers nominated for 2022 Retailer of the Year are:
Seth Adams, Village Sportswear in Mountain Brook; Billy Angell, Oak Street Garden Shop and Local Market in Mountain Brook; Zebbie Carney, Eugene’s Hot Chicken in Hoover; David Dawoud, Domino’s Pizza in Vestavia Hills; Susan Gordon, Susan Gordon Pottery in Homewood; Will Haver, Taco Mama in Homewood, Hoover and Vestavia Hills; Dave Horn, Soho Social & Standard in Homewood; Rodney Jackson, Chick-fil-A in Vestavia Hills; Amy Jason, Cookie Fix in Homewood and Cahaba Heights; Meg Margjeka, Etc … jew- elry and accessories in Mountain Brook; Ashley and Andy McMakin, Ashley Mac’s in Cahaba Heights, Homewood and Hoover; Brenda Meadows, The Lingerie Shoppe in Mountain Brook; Shelli Morrow, The Cottage Basket in Homewood; Jennifer Ryan, BLUEROOT in Mountain Brook; Kelly Seibels, Seibels Cottage in Homewood; Brad and Amy Simpson, Smith’s Variety in Crestline; David and Andrea Snyder, Urban Cookhouse in Homewood; Babbie Styslinger, Three Sheets and At Home Furnishings in Homewood; Mary Swanson, Tulipano in Mountain Brook; and Karla Woodruff and Katie Keller Yandell, milla. in Mountain Brook.