Congratulations to Indu Sanka and FSGS for winning the 2019 Lillie Knox Investment Award!

Posted on: Wednesday December 11, 2019

Congratulations to our CEO, Indu Sanka and FSGS for winning the 2019 Lillie Knox Investment Award! This prestigious award is given by the Women’s Business Council, Southwest (WBCS), an organization which facilitates mutually beneficial procurement opportunities among Women’s Business Enterprises (WBE) and Sustaining (Corporate) Members.

FSGS has used these funds to purchase a bucket truck, which will enable them to reach those high areas safely and with faster turnaround times for while installing signs. Indu is thrilled to and honored to be one of only three women to receive this accolade.

Watch Indu on video as she received her award!

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