Spectrum Named To Va. Chamber’s ‘Fast 50’ List; CEO Jeff Wassmer Comments

Spectrum was named as the Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s list of the state’s 50 fastest growing companies, the company announced Tuesday.

The company has been selected to the list for the past five years, CEO Jeff Wassmer said in the release.

Spectrum’s announcement follows up on TAPE’s announcement that it also made the Chamber’s list.

On April 26, the Chamber announced its selections for its 2012 Fantastic 50 list at an awards ceremony in Chantilly.

Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling said the selected companies are responsible for most of the state’s119,800 net new jobs.

Eligible companies must be privately held, have its headquarters in Virginia, show sales between $200,000 and $100 million and achieve positive revenue growth and positive net income in its most recent fiscal year over the previous year.

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