DALY CITY – Senator Mark Leno honored three Daly City businesses on Thursday as Senate District 11’s Small Businesses of the Year. The awards went to Classic Bowling Center, Daly City Locksmith and Duggan’s Serra Mortuary.
“These unique, family-run businesses represent the best of Daly City, and I am pleased to recognize them for their outstanding service to their communities,” said Senator Leno. “Not only do Classic Bowling, Daly City Locksmith and Duggan’s Serra Mortuary run top-notch businesses, they have also individually created partnerships with local organizations and non-profit groups to help serve the community at large.”
Classic Bowling Center is owned by Steve and Matt DeVincenzi. The center provides bowling opportunities for local youth and is a popular location for community fundraisers, supporting causes such as Operation Santa Claus and the Emergency Food Pantry.
Daly City Locksmith owners Yvette and Michael Sink have been in business for more than 35 years. They are always ready to reach out to individuals and families who in dire circumstances and they have a long history of supporting community groups.
Duggan’s Serra Mortuary is owned by the Duggan family and operated by Dan, Bill and Matt Duggan. The family has served the Daly City community for more than 50 years providing personalized funeral services. They have also contributed to more than 100 community organizations and events.
Sen. Leno honored the three companies at a Thursday holiday event hosted by the Daly City-Colma Chamber of Commerce.
“I am excited, humbled and gratified when an honor such as this is bestowed on our small businesses that contribute so much to our community,” said Georgette Sarles, President & CEO, Daly City-Colma Chamber of Commerce.
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