SoDel Concepts, a Rehoboth Beach-based hospitality company, recently received three business awards from the readers of Coastal Style Magazine.
Scott Kammerer, SoDel Concepts president, received the award for Best Businessman in Sussex County for the fifth consecutive year.
Lisa Wheeler, the company’s human resources director, was named Best Businesswoman in Sussex County.
SoDel Concepts was named Best Business in Sussex County.
“We’re excited that Coastal Style Magazine recognizes the investment that SoDel Concepts makes in its employees,” Kammerer said. “We believe in helping people grow, professionally and personally. We also believe in the professionalism of our industry, and that means providing our employees with vacation days, health insurance and 401ks.”
In addition to repeatedly winning the Coastal Style award, Kammerer has been a recipient of the Cornerstone Award from the Delaware Restaurant Association and the Superstars in Business Award from the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce. Each day, he said, he strives to improve the company, the lives of its employees and the community in which he does business.
Wheeler has managed human resources for more than 1,500 employees during a period of significant growth. She rolled out an online application platform plus comprehensive health plans and 401k plans, and implemented onboarding processes.
SoDel Concepts has 11 restaurants, and a 12th, Thompson Island Brewing Company, is currently under construction. Earlier this year, SoDel Concepts purchased Crust & Craft in Rehoboth Beach.