Pensacola, Fla. - Gross & Schuster, P.A., a leading team of personal injury attorneys in Pensacola, FL, is looking to go above and beyond in the community this holiday season by hosting a friendly and fun cookout.
The community cookout will be held on Dec. 19 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Gross & Schuster office, located at the corner of Palafox and Cervantes. Hot dogs, hamburgers and more will flood the menu for eager and hungry people passing by.
Terence Gross, who is one of the lawyers at the law firm, said, “This is our official second annual cookout and we’re so excited to be doing it again. We expect a big turnout this year and most importantly, a lot of fun to be had.”
As a top-performing team of personal injury lawyers in Pensacola, FL, Gross & Schuster loves to get out in the Pensacola community to enjoy quality time with the folks in the area. Hosting this year’s community cookout will allow the team to not only celebrate the holidays, but also to get to know the individuals in the area that make Pensacola a great place to work and live.
“This cookout is more than just a chance to have fun and enjoy great food,” Terence said. “It’s an opportunity for us to get to know the people that make doing our jobs so worthwhile.”
For more information regarding Gross & Schuster, please visit http://grossandschuster.com/ or call (850) 434-3333.
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