MANCHESTER, N.H.–Howard Brodsky and the late Alan Greenberg, co-founders of CCA Global Partners, will be inducted into the Cooperative Hall of Fame in a formal ceremony in May at the National Press Club in Washington.
CCA Global Partners, born of Brodsky’s and Greenberg’s shared dream of empowering and enriching the lives of entrepreneurs, is now one of the largest cooperatives in the United States, with 14 independent businesses in four countries and more than 3,600 locations producing $10 billion in aggregate annual sales.
In announcing the award, the Cooperative Development Foundation called Brodsky and Greenberg “visionaries, leaders and teachers.”
Established by the National Cooperative Business Association, the Hall of Fame honors “genuinely heroic contributions to the cooperative idea, and the advancement of the principles of cooperation in the United States.”
The awards ceremony will take place on May 6.