The Palmer Law Group is proud to have been based in Topeka, KS since 1980
and it recently expanded its’ offices to include Manhattan, KS.
While the firm has always served all of Kansas while concentrating on
Shawnee and Riley counties, Palmer Law now has an office located in the
heart of Manhattan.
www.JpalmerLaw.com, is thrilled to announce new offices located at 103 South Fourth Street
in historic downtown Manhattan. In 2011,
Forbes rated Manhattan number one for "Best Small Communities for a Business
and Career” and The Palmer Law Group is thrilled to be an even larger
part of the Manhattan community for many years to come.
In addition to opening offices in Manhattan, the Palmer Law Group is proud
to be heavily involved in the community by sponsoring the Kansas Shrine
Bowl taking place on July 29th and by supporting the local Big Brothers, Big Sisters non-profit organization.
Per tradition of the last forty three years, the Shrine Bowl will kick
off on the last Saturday of July and this year it takes place at Butler
County Community College in El Dorado, KS. The Kansas Shrine Bowl is a
non-profit charity raising funds and awareness for Shriner Hospitals for
Children. The Shrine Bowl has been in existence since 1974 hosting one
of the most prestigious high school football all-star games in the nation.
Since its inception, the Shrine Bowl has promoted Kansas high school football
talent and it has raised over 2.5 million dollars for the incredible network
of Shriner Hospitals for Children.
Palmer Law is also thrilled to have partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters
“Go Big or Go Home Bowl 4 Kids Sake” along with event co-chairs
Coaches Gregg Marshall, Bill Self and Bruce Webber. To date, the Topeka
bowling events have raised over $78,000 to support current Big Brother
Big Sister matches that help children facing adversity by matching them
with caring, adult mentors. The statewide fundraising campaign is on track
to raise over one million dollars and Palmer Law is proud to be a part
in this important community effort.