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Mark Shoenbeck, EVP, National Sales Director at Kestra Financial, presents T. Eric Reich, President of Reich Asset Management, and Amy Mahon, Director of Operations & Marketing of Reich Asset Management, with a $5,000 check for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlantic & Cape May Counties for the 2019 Ascend Award for Community Service.
REICH ASSET MANAGEMENT, LLC AWARDED THE 2019 ASCEND AWARD FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE FROM KESTRA FINANCIAL
Marmora, NJ (February 20, 2019) --- Kestra Financial has honored Reich Asset Management with the 2019 Ascend Award for Community Service. The Community Service award honors a person or firm making significant contributions to their community through their time, actions, talents, and dedication. The award winner is someone who makes selfless and extraordinary contributions for the betterment of the local community and beyond.
Kestra Financial awarded Reich Asset Management at the 2019 Ascend Conference in Austin, Texas, February 4-6, 2019.
Both President, T. Eric Reich and Director of Operations & Marketing, Amy Mahon, “were honored to receive this recognition amongst many other charitably minded firms. Kestra Financial is a great partner, and we are grateful for their supportive team.
In recognition of this achievement, Kestra Financial awarded a $5,000.00 donation made to the charity of Reich Asset Management’s choice. Reich Asset Management chose Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlantic and Cape May Counties, which President, T. Eric Reich, has been volunteering with for over a decade.