Pensacola, FL - Gross & Schuster, P.A., a leading team of personal injury attorneys in Pensacola, FL, is hosting its second annual holiday cookout. The cookout is designed to feed the homeless and underprivileged, as well as friends, family and neighbors.
The community cookout will be held on December 19th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Gross & Schuster’s Pensacola office, located at 803 N. Palafox Street. Hot dogs, hamburgers, french fries and more will be on the menu for all to enjoy.
Terence Gross, the firm’s managing partner, said, “This is our second annual cookout, and we’re excited to host the event again. We expect another big turnout this year, and we look forward to the opportunity to give back and interact with the individuals that stop by.”
As a top-performing team of personal injury lawyers in Pensacola, FL, Gross & Schuster enjoys giving back to the Pensacola community. Hosting this year’s cookout will allow the team to not only provide a meal to those in need, but also to connect with various groups and individuals in the area that make Pensacola a great place to live and work.
Gross and Shuster, P.A. strives to provide excellent support to its clients. “Hosting this event is just another way of doing the same thing we aspire to do every day,” said Gross.
For more information regarding Gross & Schuster, please visit http://grossandschuster.com/ or call (850) 434-3333.
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