Banner Year

Banner Year

Slang; an extremely profitable or otherwise successful year for a person or organization. For example, the CEO of a company has a banner year if she helps her company rebound from bankruptcy to near-record profit in only 10 months.
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"2018 was a banner year for Profire as we were able to achieve our most profitable year in Company history," said Brenton Hatch, President and CEO of Profire Energy.
Ayala Land marks banner year in 2018 !-- -- Richmond Mercurio (The Philippine Star) - February 17, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Property giant Ayala Land Inc.
Aside from record traffic numbers, DXB enjoyed a banner year for customer service with shorter wait times and new retail and food and beverage offerings.
'This is another banner year for our leasing operations.
Our fundamentals are solid, our cost optimization initiatives are working, so we should be on track to making this a banner year,' said Enrique K.
KARACHI / DUBAI -- Emirates, the world's largest international airline, is concluding another banner year of growth and innovation, marking significant milestones across its fleet, network, and product innovation initiatives, cementing its position as a market leader and industry trendsetter.
It was a banner year for The Texas Tribune at the annual Online Journalism Awards: We swept all three categories in which we were finalists, including General Excellence.
And there's still some trickle through from a banner year for milk prices in 2014, with long-term investments in farms working their way through the system and some new dairies being built.
* In the battle among the social networks to attract new users, 2016 will be a banner year for Snapchat, which will grow its user base by double digits, pulling ahead of Twitter and Pinterest in the U.S.
2016 is on track to be a banner year for The Moinian Group.