SACC and Avery Hall Insurance: A Partnership 90 years Strong

Avery Hall Insurance Group is proud to be a Gold Patron Sponsor of the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce. The relationship that Avery Hall has forged with the SACC dates back to the late Avery W. Hall and the founding of Avery W. Hall Insurance Agency, Inc., known as P&C, an insurance brokerage firm in 1925. The SACC and Avery Hall Insurance Group have come a long way since their beginnings in the 1920’s.

Avery W. Hall Insurance Agency, Inc presidents have served as SACC chamber president numerous times: Avery W. Hall in 1942, 1946 and 1953 and Gordon Gladden in 1982. The Avery Hall conference room at SACC was a result of our long-standing relationship and assistance with the capital campaign. Avery Hall leadership understands the importance of maintaining strong partnerships with Chambers which is the product of years of interdependence. Our relationship is valued, and employees are encouraged to be active with SACC training, meetings, networking opportunities, and luncheons. Currently, Avery Hall has two team members that are honored to be part of the SACC Board of Directors: Kevin Hayes and Karri Todd.

The networking opportunities made available through SACC membership have been invaluable and integral to the growth and success of our Avery Hall. Avery Hall Insurance Group has grown to include over 70 employees and five locations. We offer multiple product lines that cover personal and commercial insurance as well as benefit solutions. We have won many industry and community awards. Avery Hall is known as the “go to” agency for individuals and businesses seeking traditional and mainstream insurance in addition to the harder sourced policies such as coastal properties and cyber coverage.

Avery Hall Insurance Group encourages our employees to be actively involved in the communities where they live and work. The staff is deeply committed to community involvement and supporting various non-profit organizations. Avery Hall has partnered with and supported many local groups such as the United Way of Lower Eastern Shore, Habitat for Humanity Choptank, Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore, American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, Jaycees, Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore, and the YMCA of the Chesapeake, to name just a few.

 

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