Three Girls’ Awards

Three Girls is honored to have been recognized with the following accolades:

Three Girls Awards

2014Three Girls Media, Inc. confirmed as an recipient of the Best of Business Award for San Jose in the Communication Services category.

2013 – CEO Erika Taylor Montgomery recognized as “Boss of the Year” by the Thurston County Chamber of Commerce and Express Employment Professionals.

2013 - Three Girls Media, Inc. received the Small Business Community Association’s Best of Business Award for San Jose in the Small Business category under Professional Services – Public Relations Agencies.

2013 – Three Girls Media, Inc. recognized as a California Excellence Award recipient by the Small Business Institute for Excellence in Commerce.

2013 – Three Girls Media, Inc. chosen for the Campbell Awards in the Internet Marketing Services classification.

2013 – For the second year in a row, Three Girls Media & Marketing Inc. receives the 2012 Best of Business Award from the Small Business Community Association.

2012 – CEO Erika Taylor Montgomery named finalist in the national 2012 Stiletto Women in Business Awards in the Entrepreneur of the Year – Marketing & Communications category, August 2012.

2012 – CEO Erika Taylor Montgomery named finalist in the national Stiletto Women in Business Awards as Entrepreneur of the Year, Creative Arts & Media. Awards ceremony to be held March 17th, 2012.

2012 – Three Girls Media & Marketing Inc. receives the 2011 Best of Business Award from the Small Business Community Association.

2011 – Erika Montgomery, our CEO, was named a 2011 YWCA Tribute to Women in Business honoree.  A celebration was held at the Fairmont Hotel in downtown San Jose.

2010 – Erika Montgomery named a Finalist in the International Stevie Awards in the category of Best Entrepreneur, Service Business, 100 Employees or Less. Winners will be announced at a dinner in New York in November.

2010 – Erika Montgomery named a ‘Leading Mom in Business ‘ by Start-Up Nation.  She is one of 200 women honored.

2010 – Proclamation from the City of Campbell and Mayor Evan Low recognizing CEO, Erika Montgomery for her community service and bringing the first PR agency to the city.

2010 – CEO Erika Montgomery received a Certificate of Recognition from the California State Senate for being a “Woman of Distinction” for her professional successes.

2010 – CEO Erika Montgomery received a plaque from the County of Santa Clara for her “inspiration, creativity, and exemplary contribution to the community.”

2010 – CEO Erika Montgomery received a Certificate of Recognition from the California State Assembly for “striving for excellence, demonstrating courage and kindness, seeking justice and persevering in the face of great challenges.”

2010 – Three Girls was named one of the Top Family Owned Businesses by WE Magazine. CEO Erika Montgomery and CFO Dennis Montgomery will be featured in the Spring edition of the magazine.

2008 – BusinessWeek named Three Girls a “Most Innovative Home-Based Business” of the year.

2008 – Silicon Valley Business Journal names Three Girls one of the top PR firms in Silicon Valley.

2008 – Start-up Nation named Three Girls Media as one of the top “Wackiest” companies for it’s location on a 3 1/2 acre farm complete with free-range chickens, goats, dogs and of course, employees!

2008 – The International Stevie Awards for Women in Business named Three Girls CEO, Erika Taylor Montgomery, as a finalist in the Best Entrepreneur category.

2007 – The International Stevie Awards for Women in Business named Three Girls as a finalist in the Most Innovative Company of the Year category.

2007 – The Silicon Valley Chapter of the eWomen Network honored Three Girls with the PR Exposure award.

2007 – The International Stevie Awards for Women in Business named Three Girls’ media campaign for client Quel Objet a finalist in the Communications Campaign of the Year category.

Erika received a Proclamation from the City of Campbell and a Certificate of Recognition from the California State Senate for being a “Woman of Distinction” for her professional successes, a plaque from the County of Santa Clara for her “inspiration, creativity, and exemplary contribution to the community,” and a Certificate of Recognition from the California State Assembly for “striving for excellence, demonstrating courage and kindness, seeking justice and persevering in the face of great challenges.
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