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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.


cation con­cerns. It also helps that they’re open for busi­ness un­til 10 p.m. Mon­day-Fri­day.

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.


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