Albin, Randall & Bennett Names Shannon Brown Manager

Shannon Brown

Albin, Randall & Bennett Names Shannon Brown Manager

Shannon Brown

Albin, Randall & Bennett Names Shannon Brown Manager  

Portland, Maine (November 5, 2018) – Albin, Randall & Bennett (ARB) is pleased to announce the promotion of Shannon E. Brown to Manager.

Brown joined ARB in 2010 as a Staff Accountant. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from the University of Southern Maine and hired on with ARB upon graduating.

At ARB, she provides tax, audit, and business advisory consulting services, primarily to auto dealerships, not-for-profit-organizations, and employee benefit plans.

“Shannon is truly dedicated to her work. She places a great deal of value on client relationships. She also has the knowledge to ensure they are receiving the most up-to-date and effective solutions for their needs. I am proud to have her among the management of the firm,” said Cheri Walker, Managing Principal of ARB.

Brown stays apprised of industry news, best practices, and trends by attending local and national conferences, including the annual conferences held by the AICPA on the automotive and not-for-profit industries. She is a resident of Yarmouth, Maine.

About ARB

Albin, Randall & Bennett is a full-service accounting and consulting firm serving businesses and individuals throughout New England. The firm offers specialized tax, accounting, and management consulting services in many industries, including automotive, construction, credit union, manufacturing, not-for-profit, employee benefits, professional services, restaurants and hospitality, and retail and wholesale distribution.

Media Contact: Miranda Hall | | ph. (207) 772-1981 | fx. (207) 772-1982

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