Pizza & Doughnut Contest Winner - Kennedy and Coe, LLC

AccountingWEB is pleased to announce the winner of the "AccountingWEB 2003 Free Pizza and Doughnuts Contest." Kennedy and Coe, LLC, located in Topeka, Kansas is the lucky winner of free pizza and doughnuts from March 1st through April 15th.

Rae Ann Thomas submitted her firm’s name for the contest and was chosen from over 800 entries. The winning office, located in Topeka KS has over 250 employees and specializes in tax, auditing and technology.

Kennedy and Coe, LLC has offices in Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska and Oklahoma. They are one of the top 50 accounting firms.

Congratulations to the staff of the Topeka, Kansas office of Kennedy and Coe, LLC. Enjoy!

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