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– Heather Flynt
North Carolina Aquarium Society
“Having worked with Blackman & Sloop for four years, I can say that their knowledge and professionalism are fantastic. They provide outstanding audit services, as well as guidance on improving processes within our organization. The team is always friendly and personable and their communication at all levels is top notch. I would definitely recommend them to other nonprofits looking for a strong accounting firm.”
- Devin Gilreath
The V Foundation for Cancer Research
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