Zanes Law Offices Serve as Toys for Tots Drop-Off Points
- Doug Zanes
- December 6, 2013 Company News
Tucson, Ariz. (Dec. 5, 2013) – Zanes Law, a fast-expanding Arizona injury law firm, has volunteered its three Tucson offices as drop-off locations for Toys for Tots, the annual program of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Program.
Through Dec 16, the public is invited to drop new, unwrapped toys at Zanes
Law’s three Tucson offices:
North Tucson: 3951 W. Ina Road #155
Central Tucson: 3501 E. Speedway Boulevard #101
South Tucson: 1185 W. Irvington Road #155
From Dec. 16-21, the toys will be distributed according to requests submitted to the Toys for Tots programs to ensure children all around Southern Arizona have a toy for the holidays.
The program, along with many others is part of Zanes Law’s tradition of giving back to the community it serves. Founders Doug Zanes, the firm’s CEO/Responsible Attorney, and Claudia Zanes, Director of Business & Marketing (NonAttorney), are personally active in the community, and the firm’s formal community service program allows the rest of the company to contribute as well. Zanes Law also was a finalist in the Tucson Metro Chamber’s Copper Cactus Community Service Awards for 2013.
For more about Zanes Law, please visit ZanesLaw.com. For questions or information, please call the contacts listed at the bottom of this release.
ABOUT ZANES LAW
Zanes Law is an 11-year personal injury law firm in Southern Arizona, with a large practice in motor vehicle accidents and workers’ compensation. Founded in 2003, the firm is led by Doug Zanes, CEO/Responsible Attorney, and Claudia Zanes, Director of Business & Marketing (Non-Attorney). Its attorneys have more than 60 years of combined experience in personal injury law. Zanes Law has three offices in Tucson and two in Phoenix, and prides itself on strong community involvement. More information is available by calling (888) 894-0135 or visiting ZanesLaw.com.
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