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Ron Santo Walk Draws Accountants; Hurricane Sandy Looms

Members of Porte Brown LLC joined thousands of other Chicagoland residents in the 34th annual Ron Santo Walk to Cure Diabetes. This kind of community involvement and outreach bonds the firm members to each other as well as to the community in which they live and work. Let us know how your firm is reaching out to your community - we would like to share your story with our readers.... And speaking of community outreach, we're battening down the virtual hatches on our company this week in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy, but we know many of you are going to be out there in the thick of the storm. If you have the time, please contact us and let us know how you and your firm are preparing yourselves and your clients for the impending storm, and get back with us in the aftermath as well. We want to hear about your safety as well as any extenuating circumstances that might occur.





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