Russell Leneham, a Director at Quinn & Scattini Lawyers, was today quoted in the Albert & Logan News supporting the establishment of a second Queensland Costco in Beenleigh, Logan.
When Russell is not busy running his Wills & Estates Team he is busy, as the President of the Beenleigh-Yatala Chamber of Commerce, advocating for his local community.
Russell in the Albert & Logan News article talks about his excitement with Costco Wholesale choosing Beenleigh as its base to promote its business model.
“We are excited there is a meeting of Costco with potential suppliers,” Russell said in the article.
It has been a busy year for Russell as he continues to work with his Wills & Estates clients, and dedicating his spare time advocating for jobs and growth for local businesses.
Russell is passionate about Quinn & Scattini being accessible and available to their clients.
“Quinn & Scattini’s clients are able to access specialist legal advice in a location near to them,” Russell said. “It is very easy in this day and age for law firms to get lost with thinking they can use social media and spend their time in their office. At Quinn & Scattini, we ascribe to the view that our lawyers need to be involved in the local community, aware of issues facing local people and businesses, and serving as passionate supporters in these areas,” he said.
A function will be held in Beenleigh on 10 July, primarily for food and beverage businesses to meet representatives from Costco Wholesale.
As President of the Chamber of Commerce, Russell offers his support to these local businesses.
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