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Anaheim, CA – May 17, 2024 – ATI Restoration is thrilled to announce that it has won the Spotlight Award at the 29th annual ACG Awards gala, hosted by the Association for Corporate Growth – Orange County chapter. The event, held on May 16th with the theme “Starry, Starry Night,” celebrated the top-performing companies in Southern California.

The ACG Awards gala is known for its rigorous competition, which began last fall with over 120 companies nominated. ATI Restoration emerged as one of the 10 winners after a comprehensive vetting process by a panel of independent judges.

Jeff Moore, ATI Restoration’s President and Chief Acquisitions Officer, accepted the award on behalf of the company. As a result of the win, he expressed heartfelt gratitude to the entire ATI team and all employees who contributed to this remarkable achievement. “Cheers to each and every one of you for your outstanding contributions and for making this achievement possible. Let’s continue to strive for excellence and achieve more success together!” said Moore.

“We congratulate the winners as well as our outstanding group of finalists,” said Mike Paleo, ACG Awards Co-Chair. “They join a select group of companies that have become visionaries, leaders and major employers in Orange County and the Inland Empire. We also salute and thank our 14 esteemed judges who worked to identify the best of the best through their thoughtful, incisive interviews and deliberation.”

ATI Restoration is honored to be recognized among such esteemed companies and is proud to be a part of the vibrant business community in Orange County and the Inland Empire.

About ATI Restoration

ATI Restoration improves the lives of its customers by helping them recover from property damage. The company, which started out as a family-owned business in 1989, has grown to become one of the largest disaster recovery services providers in the U.S., with more than 70 locations from coast to coast. The company uses cutting-edge technology to serve both residential and commercial customers, primarily in the wake of water, fire, or other environmental damage, and differentiates itself through its end-to-end restoration offerings that span everything from initial disaster mitigation to final reconstruction.

About ACG Orange County

The Association for Corporate Growth – Orange County chapter is part of a global organization that includes 60 chapters involved in corporate growth, corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions. ACG’s nearly 15,000 members include professionals from private equity firms, corporations, and lenders that invest in middle-market companies, as well as law, accounting, investment banking, and other firms that provide advisory services.

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Julia Rice, Director of Communications
ATI Restoration
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