Law Firm says “Thank You” to the Military and First Responders
Philadelphia, Pa., July 10, 2014 – Lavan Law, a leading law firm in the Greater Philadelphia Area, is a corporate sponsor of the Philly POPS Christmas Spectacular supporting the Military and First Responders.
President Frank Giodano and the Philly POPS have created an opportunity to share the girt of music with the many servicemen and women who are the backbone of our nation.
Managing Partner, Julie Lavan, said, “It is important for local businesses to support our community. Lavan Law is proud to sponsor such a special event in Philadelphia and share our gratitude for the men and women who protect us everyday.”
With special dignitaries, police, fire and military personnel and vehicles on hand, learn more about the launch of the Christmas Spectacular concert series and how the Philly POPS and our many corporate sponsors are saying, “Thank you” to these individuals who are dedicated to supporting our country.
About Lavan Law
LaVan Law is an award winning full service boutique business law firm providing businesses and corporations counsel across a wide range of challenges ranging from business formation and transactional services to complex commercial litigation. LaVan law focuses on representing businesses and corporations across a wide range of Industries, including financial, construction, environmental, banking, and healthcare. Lavan Law is located in Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia.
About Philadelphia POPS
Entering its 35th year, this is the first season The Philly Pops will be under the music direction of Michael Krajewski, following Peter Nero, the founding music director of The POPS. Presented by Encore Series, Inc., The Philly POPS is a founding resident company of The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, and it is an orchestra that performs a wide variety of musical genres in entertaining its audiences. The Philly POPS orchestra boasts a blend of talented musicians from the musically rich Philadelphia region and is presented in Verizon Hall at The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, 300 S. Broad Street in Philadelphia and around the Tri-State region.