Ric Elias, CEO and co-founder of Red Ventures, has been awarded the Nish Jamgotch Jr. Humanitarian Award, which is presented every year to a group or community that demonstrates exceptional service to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community.
Ric Elias, CEO and co-founder of Red Ventures, has been awarded the Nish Jamgotch Jr. Humanitarian Award, which is presented every year to a group or community that demonstrates exceptional service to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community. L.MUELLER lmueller@charlotteobserver.com
Ric Elias, CEO and co-founder of Red Ventures, has been awarded the Nish Jamgotch Jr. Humanitarian Award, which is presented every year to a group or community that demonstrates exceptional service to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community. L.MUELLER lmueller@charlotteobserver.com

Red Ventures CEO wins humanitarian award

April 14, 2015 06:57 AM

UPDATED April 15, 2015 11:46 AM

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