The East County’s Angela Massaro-Fain, co-owner of Grapevine Communications, has garnered celebrity status.
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay presented Massaro-Fain with the National Bronze Leadership Award for her volunteer service with the organization, during the organization’s Hall of Fame Celebration Dinner Feb. 28. Massaro-Fain has volunteered with the organization since 2008 and has been a board member since 2010.
Grapevine also has sponsored Junior Achievement’s annual golf tournament by providing marketing and other pro-bono public relations and design services.
“I am honored to play a part in the success of Junior Achievement,” Massaro-Fain said. “Its service of infusing the entrepreneurial spirit into the youth of our community is truly commendable. It is such a pleasure to watch with pride as these children grow and develop with confidence.”
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