Join CoreTech Leasing and Support the James Beard Foundation Open for Good Campaign at ILTA>ON

By Scott McFetters posted 08-24-2020 12:52

  

We are thrilled to be sponsors of the ILTA>ON virtual conference. CoreTech has been dedicated and loyal sponsors of ILTA and its event for over 25 years. We also support sponsorship of key educational events and business partnerships of major service providers in the legal space, from Thomson Reuters Elite to Aderant, Dell, Cisco, Chrome River, ALA, and more.

This year, recognizing the impact of the current crisis on restauranteur, we are pleased to announce a donation drive in support of the James Beard Foundation Open for Good Campaign during ILTA>ON.   Open for Good is the James Beard Foundation’s campaign to help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term by providing critical resources to help independent restaurants to come back stronger.  We invite ILTA>ON attendees, sponsors, and media to learn more and donate here.

CoreTech Leasing works with the top 200 law firms, providing lease consulting and financing on many different types of assets and specialty projects, including helping clients improve liquidity and obtain funding for mission-critical projects when there seems to be no way to do so. At key events nationwide, we have had the honor to hosts events at some of the finest dining establishments across the country to thank clients, to entertain colleagues, and to create goodwill. This year is different and restauranteurs across the country need support. CoreTech is committed to helping an industry that has provided so much for the legal vertical. 

While we will deeply miss creating memories this year, we want to remember those who have brought us so much over the years:  the restauranteurs, chefs and entrepreneurs whose creative work has brought so much to so many.

Please join us—and we can’t wait for the day that we can return to a table and convene—in-person—once again.

Learn more about our donation drive here

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