Brandon, Rackley & Dukes was originally founded in 1967 by David L. Brandon. His son, Larry Brandon, joined the firm in 1972 and is currently the managing shareholder. Judson H. Rackley began employment with the firm in 1968. He engaged in audit and tax work and became a shareholder in 1974. John K. Dukes, Jr., began practicing as a certified public accountant in 1976 and joined the firm as a shareholder in 1984.
For more than 50 years, BRD has been an active member of the Valdosta and South Georgia communities. Our goal is to establish long-term relationships with our clients, and we are proud to be working with the second and third generations of our family and business clients.
The State Fair of Texas announced the finalists for the 2022 Big Tex Choice Awards. It’s a competition that brings out the best in fried food. This year’s theme is Treats of Texas, highlighting the ingenuity of the state fair concessionaires. … Continue reading →
Autonomous Society Brewpub is the brainchild of local brewmaster Dean Weaver. Weaver began homebrewing over thirty years ago, and has garnered multiple awards and accolades for his brand “Deanitude”. He is currently one of only thirty certified cicerones in Dallas. … Continue reading →
Late summer means longer days best spent sipping cocktails and breaking bread, al fresco style! Whether it’s a post-work happy hour, a weekend brunch with friends, or a special sunset date night, North Italia Dallas’ lush patio makes for the prime spot … Continue reading →
Thirsty Lion Gastropub, a restaurant concept known for its from-scratch cooking and seasonal menus with fresh and local ingredients and extensive craft cocktails & beer menu, opened its fourth North Texas location, its first in the city of Dallas. Thirsty … Continue reading →
Kenny Bowers has decided between the hot temperatures, the political strife in the country and everything else going on that people need a break. Bowers remembers the good old days, when summer meant nothing more stressful than chasing the ice … Continue reading →