NEWARK, Del., Jan. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Lou Honick, CEO of HostMySite.com, is nominated for the Small Business Administration "2004 Delaware Young Entrepreneur of the Year" award. The award recognizes individuals under the age of 30 who have operated a small business for 3 or more years. The criterion for nomination is based on success as measured by profits, new jobs created, and development/implementation of creative business methods. The winner will be announced during the Delaware District Office's annual Small Business Week celebration in May, 2004.
The nomination by the SCORE Association (Service Corps of Retired Executives) brings more recognition to the young CEO, who applies an old- fashioned approach to operating a new-world business. "It's an honor to be nominated," said Mr. Honick. "It goes to show that having a philosophy which puts the customer first and giving the best possible service places your business in a position to be successful." In only 7 years, HostMySite.com flourished to a profitable multi-million dollar operation with more than 50 employees and hosting over 23,000 websites. The company is also finalizing construction of a second data center. When finished, this 12,000-sq.-ft. facility will host several thousand servers and create more than 25 new jobs in the next 6 months.
Founded in 1997, HostMySite.com is a privately held provider of customer- focused web-hosting services. With a combination of sophisticated hosting technology and applied business knowledge, HostMySite.com provides individuals, small businesses, and large corporations with affordable web-hosting solutions supported by an unwavering commitment to customer service. HostMySite.com service includes 24x7 customer support through toll-free telephone, e-mail, and live online chat. The company is based in Newark, DE and can be reached at www.HostMySite.com.
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