Phoenix - Henry & Horne, LLP is sponsoring the Chamber Chicks in the Fireball Run Adventurally to spread awareness and support efforts to bring missing children home.
The Firm and its team members are promoting and attending events to help Chamber Chicks Sally Harrison, President and CEO of Mesa Chamber of Commerce, and Allison Ewers, Partner of HP2, get the face of their team's missing child out to the public. Nine-year-old Samuel Robinson was last seen on May 24, 2005 in Phoenix.
"Family is a huge part of the culture at Henry & Horne, LLP. That's why the Firm decided to sponsor a team. When a child goes missing, it devastates the family. We want to support efforts to bring these children home. The Firm also believes it's important to support initiatives that involve our youth because they are our future and should never be robbed of the chance to grow and thrive in a safe, loving environment," said Jaimi Koechel, Marketing Director.
The Fireball Run is working to bring more than 30 missing children home. The online show has helped find 43 missing children since its inception. This year's race is September 26 through October 4.
About Henry & Horne, LLP
Henry & Horne, LLP (www.henryandhorne.com) is an Arizona-based certified public accounting and business advisory firm founded in 1957. The 120-person firm serves closely held businesses and high net worth individuals throughout the United States and internationally from three Arizona locations: Tempe, Scottsdale and Casa Grande. Services include audit and accounting; business consulting; mergers and acquisitions; succession planning; business valuation; litigation support; forensic accounting services; tax services; R&D tax credits; cost segregation; state and local tax issues; estate planning; and international business services.