Strauss Troy “Justice League” Competes In Corporate Olympics. Strauss Troy’s “Justice League” dominated the 18thh annual Cincinnati Corporate Olympics on Fountain Square this summer.
For the 21st year, Strauss Troy’s Make-A-Difference team has sponsored kids from Cincinnati’s Inner City Youth Opportunities (ICYO) to attend a full-week of summer camp at Camp Ernst in Burlington, Ky. Strauss Troy supported nine kids this year to fulfill their dream of going to camp.
As the new school year gets into full swing every fall, the Strauss Troy Make-A-Difference Team and employees support Crayons to Computers by making financial contributions and gathering donations for the organization’s Teacher Wish List. Every donation received by Crayons to Computers is valuable, but the “Teacher Wish List” features the top 10 items needed in schools.
Attorneys love music too! And, you know that Strauss Troy is engaged in our community. That’s why this year Strauss Troy is supporting the Music Resource Center in Walnut Hills. The group will hold its annual benefit Saturday, August 29, at 7:30pm, at the The Redmoor Special Occasions, 3187 Linwood Ave, Cincinnati.
Strauss Troy was proud to support the Covington Business Council by serving as a sponsor for the group’s annual dinner on August 6, 2015, at the Grand.
More than 1,500 people enjoyed great weather and a free concert Saturday night at Devou Park as part of the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Summer Concert Series. Strauss Troy is proud to support great live music by serving as the Guest Artist Sponsor for the series. Join us again, Labor Day weekend for a Broadway Battle between Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Sondheim. Visit the KSO website for details.
Strauss Troy Celebrates 2015 Business Courier Fast 55. Photo Album.
Strauss Troy selected NKY Chamber’s “Member of the Day”
Strauss Troy’s Northern Kentucky office shows its support for Purple Day which supports those with epilepsy around the world.
On March 20, 2015, Strauss Troy participated in Junior Achievement’s Job Shadow Day by hosting 10 students from Shroder High School. Job Shadow Day is an initiative to actively engage students in the world of work by giving them the opportunity to experience a “real job” up close.