She’s the MVP: Company owner honored with Clones’ Winning Woman award

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She’s No. 1

Three homers and a grand slam to Connie Cincotta, owner of Glenwood Mason Supply Company and now an MCU Winning Woman. Brooklyn’s Boys of Summer, the Cyclones, honored her community dedication at a home game on July 5, before squaring off against the Aberdeen Ironbirds, where Connie threw out the first pitch.

The borough daughter is on the A list when it comes to going above and beyond in her community, and the MVP when it comes to her company. Despite the company’s large size, Connie runs it as a family business, hiring like-minded folks with strong traditional values, integrity, loyalty, and dedication.

She also hits it out of the park when it comes to the arts, history, and philanthropy, and serves as an advisory board member of the National Bank of New York City, an honorary board member of the Flatbush YMCA, a board member of the American Board of Historic Royal Palaces, a member of the President’s Club at Colgate University, the Pelican Society of the Packer Collegiate Institute, as well as established scholarships in memory of both her parents and most recently, the “Marion and Joseph Cincotta Kitchen” at the Mary Brennan Inn of Interfaith Nutrition Network.

The Cyclones’ Winning Woman award is bestowed on ladies in the community who go above and beyond, have positively impacted their network or place of business, and fostered success in their given field — of which Connie is truly deserving.

Glenwood Mason Supply [4100 Glenwood Rd. at E. 42nd Street in Flatlands, (718) 859–6500].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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