Long & Long Attorneys at Law Gives Back to Essential Workers and Restaurants in Mobile and Baldwin Counties
MOBILE, Ala., April 29, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Long & Long Attorneys at Law recently announced a giveaway campaign to show gratitude and appreciation for the essential workers throughout Mobile and Baldwin counties during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The local personal injury law firm with offices in Mobile and Orange Beach will be giving away (20) $50 gift cards from local restaurants to nominated essential workers, including healthcare workers and first responders to delivery drivers, grocery store employees, and everyone in between.
Supporting Essential Workers and Restaurants
To participate, all you have to do is visit Long & Long’s website and fill out their form to nominate a deserving essential worker for a chance to win a $50 gift card. All of the gift cards are from locally-owned restaurants in Mobile, Orange Beach, and across Mobile and Baldwin counties.
As managing partners of Long & Long Attorneys at Law, the Long brothers have witnessed first-hand how COVID-19 is impacting the livelihood of business owners and workers throughout Mobile and Baldwin counties.
“This pandemic has completely changed the way we all live and work. As business owners and Mobile natives, we knew we wanted to support the essential workers that are keeping our communities safe, but we also wanted to find a way to support a few of our favorite local restaurants that have been deeply impacted by this virus,” Managing Partner Attorney Bennett Long said.
A Family-Owned Law Firm Built With Alabama Families in Mind
Long & Long Attorneys at Law is a family-run personal injury law firm, led by attorneys and brothers Earle and Bennett Long. The Long brothers are both deeply committed to serving the people of Mobile and Baldwin counties, especially during this incredibly difficult time in history.
Finding ways to care for the essential workers who continue to risk their own health and safety every day to care for families throughout Mobile and Baldwin counties was never a question, but a priority for the team at Long & Long who puts their family culture and care for their community above all else.
“The only way we’ll all get through this is by supporting one another,” Managing Partner Attorney Earle Long said.
Join The Long Brothers in supporting local heroes and local restaurants by visiting their website and nominating an essential worker today.
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Source: Long & Long Attorneys at Law