Seven attorneys of Michles & Booth, P.A. shed traditional attire Sunday, December 2, 2012 in Sarasota to take care of business in “the toughest event on the planet”.
Tough Mudders included Michles & Booth attorneys Marcus J. Michles II, son of a one hundred percent disabled veteran and a veteran himself, Adrian Bridges, Antonio Bruni, Brian Carter, Shane Dean, Michael Fennimore and Kel Murphy. Team Michles & Booth finished the hardcore 10-12 mile obstacle course to support Tough Mudder efforts for the Wounded Warrior Project while raising over $8,000 in donations at home for the Family Freedom Foundation in Northwest Florida.
With the most innovative courses, half a million inspiring participants, and more than $3 million raised for the Wounded Warrior Project to-date, the Tough Mudder is the premier adventure challenge series in the world. The event was designed by British Special Forces to test all around strength, stamina, mental grit, and camaraderie.
This is the second Tough Mudder for Michles & Booth. The team participated in Tampa and raised over $15k for the Ronald McDonald House Charities in 2011.
Christmas Caroling Caravan
Each holiday season, Michles & Booth’s employees, family and friends take a day from work to sing traditional holiday songs to the community.
They load up on decorated trolley cars and travel throughout Downtown Pensacola and local Cordova Mall, singing carols in exchange for donations to local charitable organizations. In past years, the firm has been joined by “Scoop” and his team, The Pensacola Pelicans, and the Pensacola Ice Flyers, for a day of fun, laughter, and giving. Although considerable time and effort is spent assembling the caravans each year, Michles & Booth, P.A., continues to carol throughout the community each year to make sure we can deliver as many toys as possible the following day to children across Escambia County.