ORTHUMBERLAND, Pa.–Today, Keystone, the fourth largest participant-owned insurance agency network in the nation, added Texas agency Allbright & Duncan to its growing network of agencies in the state.
An undeniably independent and fast-growing agency in the Permian Basin, Allbright & Duncan specializes in helping family-owned businesses reduce risk and protect their most important assets.
Texas State VP Meghan Pizzolato explained: “I am so proud to see our culture in Texas grow even stronger with Allbright & Duncan joining the Keystone family! We remain committed to serving the state’s best and brightest, and Allbright & Duncan is no exception. Brad Allbright, Melissa Clark, and team are doing great things in the Permian Basin, and we consider it a privilege to support them as they chase their long-term goals.”
“We are pleased that Allbright & Duncan has decided to partner with Keystone, as we continue to expand in Texas,” noted Tom Tomlinson, director of network expansion. “Brad and Melissa are excited to join Keystone to take advantage of our resources and to collaborate with our other members in Texas and across the country. We look forward to a stronger future; together.”
“Allbright & Duncan is excited to join Keystone as the 5th member in Texas! We are committed to remaining independent and the resources along with support Keystone offers will benefit our agency, and most importantly our customers,” explained agency Principals Brad Allbright and Melissa Clark.
Source: KEYSTONE INSURERS GROUP
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