Aminy Audi is inducted into the Furniture Hall of Fame.
Aminy Audi is recognized as a “woman with significant lifetime contributions to the home and furnishings industries.”
The Business Journal of Central New York honors Aminy Audi, in recognition of her business success and contributions to the local community.
2011 Region II Entrepreneurial Success Award is given to Aminy and Edward Audi from the Small Business Administration, Syracuse District.
This award is in recognition of Stickley’s long, outstanding heritage of fine furniture making and for its significant contributions to the Arts & Crafts Legacy of Central New York.
Onondaga Historical Association Award presented to The Management and Employees of L. & J.G.
This award is bestowed on Alfred and Aminy Audi by the International Furnishings and Design Association’s New York Chapter Circle of Excellence Awards.
The Manufacturers Association of Central New York inducts Alfred and Aminy Audi into its inaugural “Wall of Fame.”
Presented to Alfred & Aminy Audi by their dealer family for their “…commitment to craftsmanship and steadfast stewardship of the ideals exemplified by Gustav and Leopold Stickley.”
Alfred & Aminy Audi accept Entrepreneur of the Year Award
In recognition for their entrepreneurship and business leadership, Alfred and Aminy Audi win the 1997 Upstate New York Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Founded by Ernst & Young, the annual contest is sponsored by the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, USA Today and the NASDAQ stock market.
Stickley is chosen as the Business of the Year by the Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, for its “entrepreneurial spirit, staying power, good business practices and workplace innovation.”
Gustav Stickley and Alfred Audi have both been inducted into the Furniture Hall of Fame in 1995 and 2008 respectively.
The Congressional Record pays tribute to Alfred and Aminy Audi for their dedication to “the revitalization of an American manufacturer and the restoration of a tradition of quality unmatched in its field.”
Leopold Stickley was honored as “The Revered Dean of Cabinetmakers whose art and craftsmanship have contributed mightily to American home life,” by the editors of House Beautiful, The New Yorker, National Geographic, Holiday, House & Garden, Fortune,
The American Home, Living for Young Homemakers, Town & Country, and Better Homes & Gardens.