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Vonlehman Wins Thoroughbred Award from Tri-Ed, Moves Up 2 Key Positions in Important List

2/22/16

A leading regional CPA and business advisory firm with offices in Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis – was presented with the prestigious “Thoroughbred Award” by the Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Northern Kentucky Tri-ED).  Northern Kentucky Tri-ED honored 22 companies that located, expanded or were launched in the region in 2015 at its annual recognition event at the Drees Pavilion on February 17th, 2016.

VonLehman has broken ground on a new corporate headquarters in Fort Wright, and expects to move into the new building in December, 2016, capping off its 70th Anniversary year.

“We looked at a number of different options, but in the end, we determined that Northern Kentucky, and the Wright's Summit office development in Fort Wright was the most suitable location and offered the best office solution for our clients' and employees' needs,” said Brian Malthouse, President of VonLehman. "With the local landscape of our industry changing through mergers and companies from outside the area buying and merging with local CPA firms, we are proud to be regionally owned and operated and therefore wanted to stay committed to our region."

The Thoroughbred Award and new VonLehman headquarters help demonstrate the growth VonLehman is experiencing.  As of February, 2016, VonLehman moved to #6 from #8 on the Cincinnati Business Courier’s “Largest Accounting Firms” for 2016.  It remains the third-largest private CPA and Advisory Firm in the region.

The company also announced in 2015 that it had moved up a full 20 positions -- from 176 to 156 -- in Inside Public Accounting's Sixth Annual Ranking of the Nation's Top 200 Accounting Firms list -- the "IPA 200" -- which is regarded as the benchmarking gold standard within the industry

About Northern Kentucky Tri-ED:

Founded in 1987, the Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Northern Kentucky Tri-ED) serves as the primary economic development entity for Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties in Northern Kentucky.  Since 1987, more than 620 primary industry projects have created more than 54,000 jobs and invested more than $7.3 billion. Northern Kentucky Tri-ED is part of the Kentucky Innovation Network, a network of business leaders and mentors that encourage relationships, grow companies new and existing, and create jobs. Northern Kentucky Tri-ED is a key partner in Skyward, which manages the region’s strategic plan for growth, myNKY. For more information, visit www.NorthernKentuckyusa.com. Northern Kentucky Tri-ED can also be followed through social media channels via Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube.