The SPARK Awards is the Mid-South's annual televised award show focused on honoring individuals and organizations making a difference in our community. The SPARK Awards celebrates and recognizes the efforts of individuals, nonprofits, corporations, and schools, in 13 different categories, who are igniting change and making a positive impact in the Greater Memphis community.
The SPARK Awards is produced by WKNO-TV and cityCURRENT with sponsorship from: The Rotary Club of Memphis, Lipscomb & Pitts Insurance, Data Facts, Champion Awards & Apparel, and Memphis Theological Seminary. Additional funding provided by: Christian Brothers University, SRVS, YX Genomics, and Meritan. Promotional and in-kind supporters include Nolans AV and Mahaffey Tent & Event Rentals.
Reynolds, Bone & Griesbeck PLC, <100 Employees
Huey’s Restaurants, 100 - 499 Employees
ServiceMaster, 500+ Employees
Memphis Inner-City Rugby, Budget under $1m
Best Buddies Tennessee, Budget $1-5m
Resurrection Health, Budget over $5m
Grahamwood Elementary School, School
Warren (Bud) Richey, Leadership
Derrick Brown, Teacher
Matthew Stroud, Youth
Brandon Branch, Collegiate
Katie Midgley, Adult
Richard C. Shadyac Jr., CEO ALSAC / St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
The SPARK Awards is an extension of our WKNO-TV series, The SPARK. The SPARK is a monthly 30-minute show, executive produced and hosted by cityCURRENT president Jeremy C. Park, about business and community leaders who are fueling change and giving back to the Mid-South. The SPARK airs the third Friday of each month at 7:30 PM on WKNO/Channel 10. It is a collaborative production between cityCURRENT and WKNO-TV. Major funding for The SPARK is provided by Lipscomb & Pitts Insurance, Data Facts, and Memphis Theological Seminary, with additional funding from Christian Brothers University, SRVS, YX Genomics, and Meritan.
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