Carrollwood Area Business Association Hosted a CABA After 5 networking at Hancock Injury AttorneysApril 11, 2018
Along with Mike and Claire Hancock, Hancock Injury Attorneys, the CABA After 5 networking was hosted by Dr. Tommy Lane, Lane Family Wellness; Kristin Votta, Allinium; Cam Caudle, Shred 360; Nicholas Romer, Spectrum Business; and Monica Wilson, Community Food Pantry.
Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers, Mike and Claire Hanock said, “We are compassionate and caring. When you contact the Hancock Injury Attorneys, about your personal injury claim, we will speak with you personally or answer your questions by e-mail. We will evaluate your claim, provide guidance and take as much time as necessary to thoroughly answer all of your questions.”
“We greatly appreciate our CABA member event hosts like Hancock Injury Attorneys,” said CABA President Diane Stoddart, LTC Financial Solutions. “We love helping to promote our CABA member businesses by bringing them together at our weekly events and spreading the message of ‘helping ourselves by helping others.’”
Stoddart added, “The Hancock Injury Law event always is among our best attended, and we greatly appreciate Mike and Claire Hancock and their many co-hosts who invited guests to introduce to our CABA Community.”
For over 30 years, CABA has provided area businesses with a voice and community to help ensure their growth. With over 400 members, the Tampa networking organization represents a large variety of businesses in the Greater Carrollwood area.