NAPLES, Fla. (Aug. 22, 2013) – Renée Gaddis, owner of Renée Gaddis Interiors, was named Gulfshore Business Magazine’s prestigious “40 Under 40” list for 2013.

Gaddis is one of 40 recipients to earn the distinction in 2013. Each year for the past decade, Gulfshore Business recognizes 40 professionals younger than 40 who have distinguished themselves in both their professional lives and in service to the community.

“It’s quite an honor to be recognized alongside the many professionals and community leaders who have received this award,” Gaddis said.

For more than a decade, Gaddis has been designing Southwest Florida’s finest luxury residences working in the area’s leading communities. A graduate of Iowa State University, she is a member of the American Society of Interior Designers, the oldest and largest professional association for interior designers. She is also certified by the National Council of Interior Design Qualification and has earned GREEN AP certification in sustainability to help her clients make eco-friendly choices. Locally, Gaddis donates her time to several local charities including the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society and the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.

She recently won three awards in the 2013 Aurora Awards competition, including a grand award, at the Southeast Building Conference in Orlando.

Renée Gaddis Interiors is a full-service residential interior design firm based in Naples, Fla. Renée Gaddis, President, ASID & Green AP, has been designing Southwest Florida’s finest luxury homes and condominiums since 1999. Gaddis has been recognized by the Collier Building Industry Association for her designs at Moraya Bay, winning three Sand Dollar Awards and several Pinnacle Awards and took top honors in 2011 winning a Grand Aurora Award.

Gulfshore Business magazine is a leading business-to-business publication serving the gulf coast area from Naples to Port Charlotte. The magazine tracks the area’s major industries, including real estate and development, healthcare, tourism and agriculture.

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