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Announcing CSH in NKY

February 4, 2014


CSH is proud to serve clients throughout the United States, but for 75 years we’ve done this while located exclusively in Ohio. On February 1st Clark Schaefer Hackett advanced beyond that border when we opened our Northern Kentucky office. We are now present in seven cities: Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo, Cleveland, Springfield, OH and Fort Mitchell, KY.

As a dominant and growing regional firm, we intend for this development to be merely one step on a long journey of continued expansion.

Compelled to join this community

Our newest office can be found at 300 Buttermilk Pike, in Kentucky’s inviting Fort Mitchell. The decision to situate in this area follows two important drivers: our clients and our workforce.

CSH’s list of Kentucky-headquartered clients is significant and growing. We have a long history of service to this region, with our recent increase in engagements evidence of important business momentum. The investment in a brick-and-mortar presence is a strategic step in maintaining that growth while upholding our commitment to excellent service.

Additionally, several members of the CSH workforce live in Northern Kentucky (NKY) neighborhoods. Their involvement in professional networking groups, regional development committees, boards of trustees and school districts has grown to be a critical mass of local influence. Thanks to that civic-mindedness, the firm is already enmeshed in the Northern Kentucky community and local economy.

Leading the way

Shareholder Brian Todd, a proud resident of the NKY community, has been named the firm’s Northern Kentucky Market Leader, serving as the primary point of contact at this office. The space lends itself to housing approximately 20 CSH associates, a group of which have already relocated there. You may reach the NKY office by phone at 859.578.0125, or by dialing any current CSH office and requesting to be connected.

As always at CSH, our clients will be served by the right professionals, not the closest. So the establishment of this office will not prompt any changes in your current service team.

Welcoming you

Plans are already underway to open our doors and formally welcome you to our newest “home.” We are looking forward to an official ribbon-cutting with the NKY Chamber of Commerce. And we’ll be proud and pleased when we announce an Open House event for local clients and other friends of the firm.

Clark Schaefer Hackett is celebrating our firm’s growth with clear and humble gratitude for you. Our clients are the reason we strive for excellence every day. At CSH we never forget that our success rests on your success.

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