HGR Graham Partners LLP Named Finalist for the 2017 Barrie Business Awards

Posted on 3 October 2017 Back to News




City of Barrie Mayor Jeff Lehman at the 15th Annual Barrie Business Awards Press Reception


Today, HGR Graham Partners LLP was named a finalist in the “Pay It Forward Award” Category for the 2017 Barrie Business Awards.

The “Pay It Forward Award” recognizes a business whose community investments have yielded the greatest social return on investment.

“What makes Barrie such an excellent place to do business is the community we live in. Our team donates countless hours to volunteering each year to support charities and organizations recognizing that they are the cornerstones of a healthy and thriving community. I am proud our firm has received this nomination as it is a tribute to our dedicated lawyers and staff who do so much for our community,” said Paul Rabinovitch, Managing Partner of HGR Graham Partners LLP.

HGR Graham Partners prides itself on its deep roots in the Barrie and Simcoe County community dating back to 1975. As a firm with close to 100 employees, both lawyers and staff have shown long-standing commitment to the community that we live, work and raise our families in. HGR Graham Partners LLP has invested in nearly 100 organizations in the Simcoe County region in the past year alone.

The Barrie Business Awards was started in 2003 by the Barrie Chamber of Commerce and the City of Barrie to recognize the contribution local businesses make to our community. Winners will be announced at the Awards Gala on November 9, 2017.




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