WYOMING (FOX19) -- Grady Harris of Hilltop Elementary School in Wyoming is one of 10 finalists for Cintas Corp.'s janitor of the year contest.
Harris has worked at the school for more than 23 years.
The winner will receive a $2,500 cash prize and $2,500 in Cintas products and services for their school.
The only other finalist from the Tristate is Mike Woodruff of Archbishop McNicholas High School in Mount Washington.
Voting is open through Dec. 2 at www.cintas.com/janitoroftheyear.
“We’ve received some amazing stories of heroism, compassion and friendship,” said Dave Mesko, senior director of marketing at Cintas. “The top 10 finalists for this year’s award are ambassadors for their schools and true figures in their communities. We are thrilled to share their stories and look forward to seeing who the public selects as their favorite.”