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Business: winners

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Monday, July 29, 2013 12:01 am
•Solstice Medical was recently awarded U.S. and international patents for its radio frequency identification tag solutions specially designed for use in the healthcare industry.•One Lucky Guitar and partners Lutheran Health Network and Indianapolis-based Lodge Design have received two Aster Awards. Gold Aster Awards were received in the advertising campaign category for the Lutheran Cancer Center campaign featuring patient Carla Parnin and her story of hope and for the Lutheran Bariatric Center, which highlighted the weight-loss journey of Ken and Becky Miller.

•Lincoln Financial Group has launched a microsite in conjunction with “Lincoln's Legacy” a three-year initiative designed to educate children and adults on the historical relevance of President Abraham Lincoln as well as the continued importance of freedom and opportunity to America's future. The domain is www.lincolnlegacy.lfg.

•Genteq, a division of Regal Beloit, Fort Wayne, has been recognized for excellence in product design in the 10th annual Dealer Design Awards sponsored by The Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News, including a gold award in the HVAC High Efficiency Residential Equipment category for Evergreen EM motor and a bronze award in the Contractor Services & Software category for Genteq E-Lab Training mobile app. The products were featured in the July 22 issue of the News.

•Felderman Design-Build, Fort Wayne, has been awarded the construction contract by Pizza Hut of Noblesville for a complete tenant build-out of a new Pizza Hut Wing Street off the Hazel Dell Road, Noblesville.

•Parkview Hospital Randallia/Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne, has been recognized as a Best Hospital in Northern Indiana, according to the U.S. News & World Report.

In addition, Parkview Hospital ranked in the top ten in Indiana.

•Lancia Homes, Fort Wayne, has broken ground on three new Supported Independent Living homes for Pathfinder Services, Huntington. Each energy efficient home will be approximately 2,000 square feet with separate suites for each tenant.

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