Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Awards or Honors of BOA

Do you know what kind of awards or honors your bank has received? What are the Benefits of knowing this information?
According to BOA, "Bank of America receives numerous national and regional awards and recognition as it relates to the effectiveness of the Supplier Relationship Development program. Bank of America continues to be an industry leader with a world-class supplier diversity program."(http://www.bankofamerica.com/supplierdiversity/index.cfm?template=sddi_awards_ov.cfm&state=IT#skipnav)

"Bank of America has received the following awards and recognitions:History of Awards Black Enterprise Magazine recognized Bank of America as one of the top 15 Companies for Supplier Diversity. (2006, 2005)(1)"

"DiversityInc Magazine recognized Bank of America’s supplier diversity program as one of the top 10 Companies for Supplier Diversity. (2006, 2005)(1)"

"DiversityInc.com recognized Bank of America as one of the "Top 50 Corporations for Diversity" (2004, 2003, 2002)(1)"

"DiversityBusiness.com recognized Joseph Hill, Executive Vice President, Global Operations & Supplier Relationship Development, as one of America's Top Diversity Advocates in May 2007. Individuals were recognized for demonstrating a commitment to finding solutions for diversity issues on a global and national level and having made a significant impact on diversity issues in employment, procurement, housing and education(1)."

"DiversityBusiness.com recognized Bank of America as one of the "Top 50 Companies for Diverse Business Opportunities" (2005, 2004, 2003(1)(1)"

"Hispanic Business Magazine ranked Bank of America as the # 1 company for Hispanics in its Top 50 Companies for Hispanics ranking, measuring the company's commitment to Hispanic hiring, promotion, marketing, philanthropy, and supplier diversity(1)."

"Hispanic Trends Magazine recognized Bank of America as one of its top 50 corporations for supplier diversity. The magazine acknowledges businesses for their work efforts in providing opportunities for the Hispanic community and organizations in such areas as recruitment, scholarships, and minority vendor programs. (2006, 2005)(1)"

"Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) recognized Bank of America as one of America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises (WBEs). This is the fifth time Bank of America has received the award since its inception eight years ago and has helped us achieve a "World-Class" status in Supplier Diversity(1)."

"The 2006 award was presented March 2007 to Bank of America for its companywide programs offering equal access for WBEs in competing for, and winning, corporate contracts for goods and services.(2006, 2005, 2003, 2001, 2000)(1)"

All awards and honors in quotations are from the same source.Will be followed by(1)to indicate same source for citing here.WHEN U click on the number 1 it refers you to the website of awards and honors and more recognitions of BOA.

The benefits of knowing these awards about Bank of America can come in handy for customers and potential customers. Individuals knowing this vital information can possibly gain new customers for BOA, which is good for Bank of America.
Another benefit of knowing this information is that it gives customers a sense of pride and belonging to a successful company. Most people want to be like and or valued by their banking company.

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