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A Great Evening for a Great Cause

Who was the big winner of the first annual Future Corporate Leaders Bowling Ball Bash & Benefit on Nov. 20th at Latitude 40? The Mario Lemieux Foundation, chosen by the evening's winning bowling team—Garrett Glausser of BNY Mellon, Matthew Harnett of F.N.B. Capital Partners, Kelsey Hitchcock of Metz Lewis Brodman Must O’Keefe, Patrick Kerns of Schneider Downs and Matthew Murray of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney. After earning bragging rights as the team with the highest score, the champions got busy selecting the recipient of a $1,000 donation, ultimately deciding on the organization that was founded in 1993 to fund cancer research and patient care. So here is to an evening of knocking over a few pins and helping to knock out cancer.


ACG Pittsburgh Membership

The Pittsburgh Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth® is better than ever as we embark upon on our 29th year and we hope you will help make us even stronger.

Association for Corporate Growth Pittsburgh (ACG Pittsburgh) was established in 1985 to promote the professional and business interests of its members through quality programs, education and networking. Members include CEO’s, CFO’s, equity group managers, business buyers, bankers, strategic planners, investment bankers, lawyers and accountants.

ACG Pittsburgh members meet a few times a month at various venues throughout downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Programs include lunches, dinners, cocktail receptions, keynote speakers, panels, networking opportunities, etc.

The highlight for chapter members is the annual ACG Great Lakes Capital Connection, which includes a DealSource Session, Capital Connection Exhibits, an information-rich platform for exchanging ideas, exposure to dynamic panels and speakers, and lots of networking. We also host an annual clay shoot and golf outing which provides casual networking opportunities for members and prospects. While long-standing traditions are cherished, ACG Pittsburgh continues to add fresh programming to attract new professionals and enhance the membership experience. Most recently, ACG Pittsburgh launched new events aimed specifically at both women and members under 35-years-of-age. These initiatives illustrate the chapter's ongoing commitment to excellence, growth and quality programming.

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