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By: rnewton123
Great American Insurance
I am glad that you brought this to my attention. I think it is important that I make sure our company knows someone felt this way. I recruit specifically for our Ormond Beach office and only contact potential employees that live within a 30 mile radius, so I cannot speak for any other office, but I would like to address your concerns just to clarify a few things. We ARE a Senior Benefits company-and what we do IS sales and education. We see people everyday, go over their specific situation and then educate them on what is available to them. We then pair them up with the product that works best for them. The owner of this office is the person that meets with potential candidates. Initially, he does a presentation about our company and the specifics of the job-so each person can get a good picture of what the position would look like. We then offer a one on one interview for those we feel are a good fit and are interested in moving forward. I have been present at each of these Career Briefing's and have not encountered the situation the person on this page describes.There are 15 agents in this office and I would welcome anyone to speak with any of them to ask them about the job and work environment. We are proud of the office and team we have here and I am personally thankful and grateful to have this position.Thank you for your time and consideration and I do hope that you find a job that blesses you as much as this job has blessed me.
By: Jr G.
The Boudreaux Agency
There's no real way to express how easy Jacob and his team make it to purchase the best insurance for our family. We were blown away at his knowledge of all aspects of insurance from home to auto they are on the ball. Very honest and prompt with their service answering any and all questions we had do yourself a favor and call the Boudreaux Agency the next time you have any insurance needs.
By: allisonmarie73
The Ormond Agency
This agency is the best! Everyone is knowledgeble and friendly! I had Denise work my quotes for home and auto insurance and she did a great job! Saved me a ton! They have so many options for companies to choose from that she didn't have to try with 1 company, she has 12 for home insurance and 5 for auto insurance and she made sure I had the coverage I needed at the lowest price possible!
By: jarrod.eden
King Restaurant
GREAT FOOD! GREAT SERVICE! And all that at prices that will keep the wallet happy, and keep your taste buds begging for more! Thank you Kings Restaurant for being the best chinese around for as long as I can remember!
By: Erika R.
The Boudreaux Agency
Jacob has been my family's "Go to" for all our insurance needs! We each have our own policies and Jacob is always a phone call away to answer our questions, etc. Thanks Jacob for making the insurance process easy!!
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By: Kayla M.
The Boudreaux Agency
Helped me save money! Nice to have a local agent to meet my needs. Customer service is awesome would highly recommend for anyone searching for insurance.
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By: Erin O.
Allstate Insurance Agent: Brent O Quinn
Great Insurance agent and agency. The staff is very friendly and helpful!
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