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Gilmore & Bell Receives Corporate Citizen of the Year Award from Olathe, KS Chamber of Commerce

Gilmore & Bell, P.C., a leading public finance law firm, was recognized as the 2017 Corporate Citizen of the Year by the Olathe, KS Chamber of Commerce.

Gilmore & Bell received the award at the Chamber’s annual meeting last week where members of the Chamber highlighted the Firm’s long-standing representation of the City of Olathe, the Olathe Health System, and Olathe Public Schools. Gilmore & Bell, with the leadership of Directors Gary Anderson and David Queen, has worked with the City of Olathe since 1989, exhibiting a strong client relationship and history of working together on projects to benefit the Olathe community. Gina Riekhof, also a Director of the Firm and a partner with the City on various projects, said, “It was quite an honor to be so publicly recognized for our mission, which is to help our clients achieve their goals.”

The Olathe Chamber of Commerce was established in 1921 and is a “voice of business that advances the economic well-being and quality of life in Olathe. Powered by dynamic volunteers, we (they) serve as a catalyst to bring new jobs to Olathe, improve business, enhance opportunities and build a better community.”

About Gilmore & Bell

Gilmore & Bell is one of the leading public finance law firms in the United States. For more than 20 years, Gilmore & Bell has ranked in the top 10 nationally in the number of bond counsel opinions rendered on municipal bond issues. The Firm primarily represents states, counties, cities, school districts and other governmental and quasi-governmental entities as bond counsel in public finance transactions. Gilmore & Bell has offices in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Utah, and Illinois. For more information, visit

Posted: Jan 30, 2018


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