“Joe has been an active member of our community for decades and has volunteered countless hours to the elderly and underprivileged of Moab,” Chamber officials said in making the announcement. “You will often find Joe at the extended care unit at the hospital using his skills and talents with hair to bring joy to many. Joe also makes house calls for those unable to come to his business. Joe has opened his heart and home to hundreds of elementary school-aged children to visit his animals and get a hands-on experience. Joe is very deserving of this honor and we look forward to his serving as a Grand Marshal for our 15th annual Holiday in Lights parade this weekend.”
Chamber officials said Moab Auto Group was chosen as the Business of the Year, in part, because of the various volunteer efforts by Moab Auto Group’s employees.
“Norm Knapp and the crew at Moab Chevrolet and Moab Ford have been very involved in several community events this past year as well as always willing to volunteer at Chamber events, such as our Fourth of July festival,” Chamber officials said in the announcement. “The Chamber is proud to present Moab Auto Group as our Business of the Year.”