The selection was made at a reception held Thursday, Oct. 23, at the Myrtle Beach Train Depot.
Ruswinckel was one of three finalists up for the title of Young Professional of the Year. The award honors a person who has demonstrated community involvement, an aspiration to succeed in the workforce, a desire to positively impact the Grand Strand and been a true advocate of gsSCENE.
The two other finalists were Daniel Liberatore, with Chick-Fil-A Myrtle Beach Drive Thru, and Sarah Jeffcoat, with Palmetto Corp.
"These three finalists are shining examples of the positive impact our young professionals are having in the Myrtle Beach area," said Kema Faulk, gsSCENE liaison and membership programs manager for the MBACC. "I want to congratulate Bobbei and the other nominees for all their contributions to both their community and themselves."
Additionally, Brent Lovell, with break BIG entertainment, was chosen as the 2014 gsSCENE Ambassador of the Year.
For more information about gsSCENE, go to www.gsscene.com.