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October 2019

Al. Neyer named to the 2019 Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100

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Wednesday October 23, 2019

Al. Neyer named to the 2019 Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100

Al. Neyer is proud to announce that our organization has been named to the 2019 Deloitte Cincinnati USA 100, a ranking of the 100 largest private companies in the Cincinnati area. Al. Neyer ranked 69th on this year’s list, and this is the 22nd year in the top 100.

This honor is a significant testimony to our people and the success we are forging in today’s business climate.  For 125 years, Al. Neyer’s gaze has reached far beyond square footage and steel to build relationships based on unshakeable trust. Whether it’s through community involvement, sustainable building practices, readaptive construction, or responsible partnerships, Al.Neyer is committed to doing the right thing with its partners in order to build pride in real estate for generations to come and is honored to be recognized as a top private company in Cincinnati.

Al. Neyer is honored to be associated with the other winners on the list. Together we are being recognized as the companies that are powering the region’s economic growth while contributing to the social good of our communities. We look forward to living up to these values in the months and years ahead! We thank our employee-owners for their dedication to bettering the communities that we work and live in.


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