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  • donationDecember 2009 — The Strong Firm Donates to United Way 50 Free Skate Nights For Big Brothers/Big Sisters. – Montgomery County United Way President Julie Martineau receives 100 tickets for The Woodlands Ice Skating Rink presented by Bret Strong of The Strong Firm Attorneys. This marks the second year, The Strong Firm has given tickets to MCUW. Big Brothers Big Sisters, a MCUW Funded Partner will receive this year’s tickets.
  • December 2009 — The Strong Firm Cooks up Meal at Viking Cooking School For Local Family. – The Strong Firm held its annual holiday celebration at the Viking Cooking School and Hubbell & Hudson, with its staff and friends preparing a holiday feast for a local family. The meal was delivered that evening to a local single mother undergoing cancer treatment while parenting two teenage boys.
  • December 2009 — Bret Strong Named People Scene “2010 Person of the Year.” – Bret Strong, Managing Partner of The Strong Firm will be featured as one of the People Scene’s 2010 People of the Year. “It is an honor to be named one of the People of the Year,” noted Bret. “In the twenty plus years of living in The Woodlands, I have been honored to serve many organizations and see much accomplished. It is truly a privilege to be a part of such an incredible community and I appreciate the opportunity to recognition”
  • November 2009 — The Strong Firm selected as finalist for Small Business of the Year for Lone Star College – Montgomery. – Each year the Lone Star College System recognizes successful small businesses that make an impact on the local community. The Strong Firm P.C. has been selected as one of the three finalists for the Lone Star College – Montgomery.Full Story: https://www.lonestar.edu/12760.htm
  • November 2009 — The Strong Firm sponsors for the fourth year running opening night sponsors party for The Woodlands Ice Rink. – On November 17, 2009, The Strong Firm P.C. presented a special pre-opening Sponsors Event for the largest seasonal outdoor skating rink in the Southwest United States.Full Story:
  • November 2009 — The Strong Firm is a proud supporter of The Woodlands Highlander Football program. – We wish to congratulate the Highlanders on district championship, an undefeated regular season and an 11-1 season.Full Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r48fRyc-xME&feature=player_embedded

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