2016 BEST OF ATLANTA AWARDS
Jennifer Bell gave Cook a run for her money in second place, with Don Dusick rounding out the list in third place.
Filling first place this year, Dr. Chip Hill (www.chiphilldds.com) is crowned our top dentist! Hill’s “patient first” philosophy is instrumental in the success of his thriving practice, which he has led for nearly 20 years. He proves that when it comes to caring for our readers’ teeth, he really knows the drill.
Coming in second place was Bob Feil (www.robertfeildds.com), followed by Restoration Dental (www.restdental.com) in third.
Clockwise from left: Common Ground Real Estate President Justin Ziegler is closing deals left and right as a successful realtor and is at the top of this category once again. Your top choice to contact and consult with on legal matters/services is veteran Atlanta lawyer Mimi McCain. Dr. Scott Parry claims the top spot for his medical expertise in HIV, hormone replacement therapy and primary psychiatry care. (Courtesy photos) commitment to earning the LGBT dollar have separated them from the competition, placing the banker first among Georgia Voice readers. The banking giant has also consistently appeared on the list of best places to work for LGBT equality.
In second place is Bank of America (www. bankofamerica.com), with BB&T (www.bbt. com) claiming third place.
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Alliance Community Pharmacy (www.alliancecrx.com) proved to be fierce competition in second place, with Target Pharmacy (www.target.com) finishing in third place.
Youth and Atlanta Pride among others.
In second place is Brian Crawford (www.jbriancrawford.yourkwagent.com), with David Ray (www.aboveatlanta.com) finishing in third place.