Assemblymember Tyler Diep Selects Code Four as the Small Business of the Year

SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Tyler Diep selected Huntington Beach-based Code Four as his inaugural Small Business of the Year for the 72nd Assembly District. Code Four was honored at the California Small Business Association’s 2019 Small Business Day in Sacramento on Wednesday, June 19, 2019.

Founded 12 years ago, Code Four has grown steadily to become the region’s top creative agency delivering integrated design and production services to regional businesses, well-known national brands and sports franchises.

(Left to Right): Assemblyman Tyler Diep and Kevin Elliott, CEO    Photo Credit: Dan Billings, California State Assembly

(Left to Right): Assemblyman Tyler Diep and Kevin Elliott, CEO

Photo Credit: Dan Billings, California State Assembly

As an event producer, Code Four has rebranded and amplified the airshow in Huntington Beach, now known as The Great Pacific Airshow. This family-friendly patriotic event now attracts millions of visitors and was named as the best civilian airshow by the U.S. Air Force. Code Four has also taken over and rebranded the OC Cherry Blossom Festival, elevating it to the largest celebration of Japanese and Japanese American culture in the region. In 2019 over 60,000 people were in attendance at Central Park in Huntington Beach.

“Code Four is an innovative and flourishing small business located in Huntington Beach,” said Assemblymember Diep. “Kevin Elliott and his team are world class professionals who work every day to help other businesses grow, and in doing so they have built a healthy business with a reputation for quality. I am proud to recognize Code Four as the 72nd Assembly District’s Small Business of the Year.”

“As someone who was born and raised in Huntington Beach, I’m proud to have built my business here, providing jobs and opportunities for others,” said Kevin Elliott, CEO of Code Four. “I’m humbled by this recognition and honored to keep serving our clients, our employees and our community.”

About Code Four

Code Four is the first responder code meaning “no further assistance required.” Code Four, the agency, embodies this philosophy as it provides vertically integrated services to help its clients achieve their aspirations. From experiential marketing and design to technical innovations and fabrication, the team at Code Four are strategic thinkers and strategic problem solvers. For more information, visit codefour.com.

Assemblyman Tyler Diep represents the 72nd Assembly District, which includes Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Los Alamitos, Midway City, Rossmoor, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Sunset Beach, and Westminster.

Micah Silver