In the Spotlight

December 2013
Resources Magazine;Winter2013, p44
The article offers information related to insurance industry. It mentions the appointment of Craig Vallowe to the board of directors at Agent Insurance Services. It says that the Hold Scholarships was awarded to ten students including Trent H. Cailor, Daniel Cook, and David Flowers. Moreover, the dedication of the Disabled Veterans Insurance Careers (DVIC) to help the disabled veterans in the U.S. is also presented.


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