Guernsey County Business Receives Small Business Excellence Awar

Guernsey County, Ohio – Stoney’s RV has been awarded a Small Business
Excellence Award by the Eastern Ohio Development Alliance, which serves 16
area counties.
The Guernsey County Commissioners nominated the business for the award,
which was one of several issued by the EODA.
Stoney’s RV is owned and operated by Bryan Stoney and is located on East Pike in
Cambridge. In business since 1991, Stoney’s RV is a full serve recreational vehicle
sales and service company which sells new and used RVs with a full-time repair
facility, a propane filling station and one of the largest parts and accessories
stores in Ohio. Stoney also helped with the upgrade of the Meadowbrook football
facility and was involved in the Guernsey Power Station project which helped
bring in $43 million to a new building and facilities for the Rolling Hills Local
School District.
The award annually recognizes excellence in small or emerging businesses in
Eastern and Southeastern Ohio.
EODA is an independent not-for-profit association of business, industry,
organizations, government and individuals that help advocate economic
development and enhancement of area quality of life, job creation, community
projects and more.
The award ceremony took place April 28th at the Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek.

(Photo) Belmont County Commissioner J.P. Dutton, Chris Stoney, Scott Stoney, Guernsey County Commissioner Jack Marlin, and Guernsey County Commissioner Skip Gardner