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  • Business of the Year

    Business of the Year

    The Lodi District Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to announce the Business of the Year: Vienna Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. The Chamber Board of Directors deliberated and chose both the Business of the Year and Small Business of the Year at their final Board Meeting of 2018. “Vienna is very honored to have been selected the Business of the Year for Lodi.  We take a lot of pride being locally owned and operated under the leadership of Ken and Diane Heffel for the past 51 years.  All of our 190 employees are greatly valued, and we thank them for making Vienna what it is today.  We are blessed to have such wonderful and loyal employees.  We look forward to continued partnerships with the city and local businesses to make Lodi the best place to live and work,” said Corey Wright, Vienna Nursing’s Administrator for over 31 years.
    Vienna Nursing and Rehabilitation Center combines a compassionate team of experienced caregivers and a modern facility to provide the finest in skilled nursing care and rehabilitation services. Their 150-bed skilled nursing facility provides 24 hour registered nursing care to Vienna’s residents, while their short-term rehabilitation center boasts 3,000 sq. ft. of physical, occupational, and speech therapy spaces. This facility has been a Lodi staple for 51 years and is rated in the Top 5% of facilities in California. Located conveniently across from Adventist Health Lodi Memorial, Vienna is committed to creating a quality, caring environment that provides a dignified lifestyle for their residents, attentive therapy for their patients, and a supportive atmosphere for their employees to excel. 
    The following awards and recipients will also be presented during the evening: Richard and Sandy Preszler as the Outstanding Citizens of the Year, San Joaquin Sulphur as Small Business of the Year, Jon Rader as Ambassador of the Year, Amy Blagg as Agribusiness Person of the Year, and the Lodi Street Faire Volunteers will be recognized for their years of service.This event fosters the community spirit of Lodi, as it is attended by over 350 of our most influential community leaders, elected officials, business executives, and Chamber members who join together to celebrate Lodi’s most valuable asset – its citizens! Get your tickets as soon as possible, this is always a sold-out event. 

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