Sequim insurance brokerage honored

From left are Melanie Ross, Krista Linde, Shannalee Phillips. and Jaci Tumbarello. Submitted photo

From left are Melanie Ross, Krista Linde, Shannalee Phillips. and Jaci Tumbarello. Submitted photo

Insurance Services Group, based in Sequim, recently earned the elite Chairman’s Award from Safeco Insurance® for outstanding performance. Only 40 Chairman’s Awards were given this year across the country to independent insurance agencies that sell Safeco Insurance® personal lines products.

The Chairman’s Award is the highest honor Safeco gives to its independent agent partners in recognition of their commitment to service, excellence and superior performance.

“Our team is proud to be recognized for our commitment and dedication to our clients,” said Trevor Campbell, president of Insurance Services Group. “It’s a great feeling to know that our values are shared by our partners at Safeco Insurance.”

To be considered for the Chairman’s Award, agencies must achieve Safeco® Premier Partner Program status, which provides agencies that meet high standards with access to special programs designed to help them continue to grow their business and provide superior service to their customers.

Insurance Services Group is at 369 W. Washington St., in Sequim, and can be reached at 683-3355.

Insurance Services Group is a full service regional insurance brokerage with four offices located in Sequim, Port Hadlock, Edmonds and Lacey.

Family-owned and operated, since 1980, Insurance Services provides comprehensive insurance solutions for individuals, families and businesses.

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