Six finalists have been chosen by the Acadiana Better Business Bureau for their Integrity Awards.

The theme of this year's awards program is

"Wisdom is knowing the right path to take...Integrity is following that path."

Not only will the Better Business Bureau pick two winners, they also plan to honor all six finalists.

One small business and large business will be chosen out of the six.  The small business category will be from a business with fewer than 50 employees.  The large business award will go to a business that employs more than 50 people.

Finalists for the 2014 Integrity Award in the small company category are:

Finalists for the large company award this year include:

The Board of Directors of the Acadiana Better Business Bureau decided on this year's finalists and winners.

The BBB sets standards for ethics, and they check on the companies to make sure they are representing themselves in a truthful manner to the community.

This year's annual awards banquet will be held at the City Club in River Ranch on November 6.  Tickets are $35 and are available for purchase through Friday, October 31. The number to call for tickets is 337-981-3497.

Award Program sponsors include: Allstates Building Systems, Giles Automotive, SLEMCO, Fast Signs, Andrepont Printing, Lee Michael’s Fine Jewelry, Cornerstone Village South, Acadian Ambulance Service, Super 1 Foods, Walker & Sons Slap Ya Mama, Breast Center of Acadiana, Jeansonne & Remondet, Opelousas General Health System, Cajun Paving & Construction, Ross Tire & Service, Valpak of Acadiana, Lee’s Air Conditioning, Helm Financial, Acadian Federal Credit Union, Barry’s A/C, Jim Olivier’s Home Improvement Co., LaBorde Therapy Center, Dupuis Heating & A/C and Lafayette Schools Credit Union.