Greater Baltimore Committee Recognizes A-G with the Bridging the Gap Achievement Award


We are so pleased and excited to announce that we have been chosen by the Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) as a Bridging the Gap Achievement Award recipient! A-G is receiving this award in recognition of the significant steps that we have taken to strengthen the minority business community and to unify the regional business community. Since A-G’s inception, we’ve been committed to building the Baltimore Business Community in addition to deeply caring about the well-being of organizations in the Baltimore region in which we serve.

Over the years, we’ve worked hard to be looked at as a pillar in the community, form partnerships with organizations that assist under-served populations, and be an example for other Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses. We strive to lead courageously, work smartly, and achieve purposefully. Thank you to the GBC for recognizing and rewarding our efforts!

Find out more about A-G Associates and how we can help your company or community grow and succeed.


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