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January 28, 2018
CLEVELAND, OH – January 25, 2018
Hobe & Lucas CPAs, a full-service accounting and business consulting firm located in Independence, Ohio continues to grow with the hiring 10 new employees. The new team members were hired over the last six months and range from management level to audit and tax associates. These recent additions follows the promotion of three new Partners and continues to build upon their growth-centered culture. Hobe & Lucas has been serving clients since their founding in 1978.
“Last year was an extremely successful year both in terms of our firm’s growth as well as a successful transition to our newest group of Partners.” said Jim Gero, Partner and Shareholder, “We know competition for great accountants in this area is intense and we’re excited to have brought in such a high caliber of talent. We are confident that they will serve our clients well and increase brand awareness among our targeted industries.”
About Hobe & Lucas CPAs
Hobe & Lucas Certified Public Accountants, Inc. is a full-service accounting and business consulting firm dedicated to providing clients with exceptional value. As one of the largest independent accounting firms in Northeast Ohio, we offer a broad portfolio of services and possess extensive expertise in a wide range of industries and specialty practices. We pride ourselves on delivering the personal attention, responsive communication and collaborative relationships our customers need to succeed. We listen. We learn. We lead you through the intricacies of your financial challenges and past potential pitfalls to keep you on a strong path forward.
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