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September
2014
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Europe/Amsterdam

OCTax Rose Awarded to Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau


ANAHEIM, Calif. (September 12, 2014) - The Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau (AOCVCB) recently received the acclaimed Rose Award given by the Orange County Taxpayers Association at the annual “Roses, Radishes and the Royalty Awards.” The award gala, held at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach on Sept. 4, recognizes the best and worst individual, business and public agency taxpayer policy. 


 


Three types of awards are presented during the ceremony – Rose, Radish and Royalty. The Rose Award is given to individuals or organizations that have had a positive impact on taxpayers in the previous year. The Radish Award goes to individuals or organizations that have not had a positive impact on OC taxpayers. The Royalty Award is given to individuals or organizations that have established a legacy of service to the taxpayer.


 


This year’s Rose Award recipients were:



  • Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau and Orange County Visitors Association


  • State Senator Lou Correa



The Radish Award recipients were:



  • City of Rancho Santa Margarita


  • Yorba Linda Residents for Responsible Representation (YLRRR)



The most prestigious award of the night went to the Orange County Automobile Dealers Association, which received the Royalty Award for decades of service to the taxpayers of Orange County. 


 



Photo caption: (left to right) OCTax Board member Jim Leach presented the 2014 Rose Award to Chris Locke, Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau, and Ed Fuller, Orange County Visitor Association, for their organizations’ impact on the economic vitality of Orange County.